Recent grads find entrepreneurship is worth the risk

12/12/2010 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

More recent college graduates are jumping into the entrepreneurial pool as they face a dismal job market, and are finding it easier than ever with advice from online sources, new software and the ability to work remotely. "It's not a pure dichotomy anymore that entrepreneurship is risky and other jobs are safe, so why not do what I love?" says Windsor Hanger, who works on online magazine HerCampus.com.

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