Study: Economic problems have decreased young entrepreneurs' risk tolerance

08/7/2013 | American City Business Journals

The country's economic turmoil during the past few years has made young entrepreneurs more risk-averse than they were before the financial meltdown, according to a survey from American Express Open. The percentage of Generation Y entrepreneurs who say they like taking risks has declined since the recession, and young entrepreneurs now less likely to launch businesses immediately after college.

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