Students graduate into jobs of their own making

04/30/2013 | Washington Post, The

Tech-savvy college graduates increasingly are launching their careers at their own startups, says Dane Stangler, director of research and policy at the Kauffman Foundation, an entre­pre­neur­ship research nonprofit based in Kansas City, Mo. He says reasons for this trend include crowdfunding options, an increase in the number of entrepreneurship programs at colleges, and simply the appeal of starting one's own company.

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