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A majority of Gen Z aspires to be entrepreneurs and perhaps delay or skip college. Why that might be a good idea

According to a recent Nielsen study, about 54% of Gen Z indicated they wanted to start their own company. These want-to-be entrepreneurs indicated control, debt-free, a purposeful life and being good to the planet were driving their entrepreneurial ambitions. And that’s not all.

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According to a recent Nielsen study, about 54% of Gen Z indicated they wanted to start their own company. These want-to-be entrepreneurs indicated control, debt-free, a purposeful life and being good to the planet were driving their entrepreneurial ambitions. And that’s not all.
  • According to a recent Nielsen study, about 54% of Gen Z indicated they wanted to start their own company.
  • About one in five Gen Z and young Millennials say they may choose not to go to college.
  • What’s more, 89% of Gen Z, along with nearly 79% of young Millennials, have considered an education path that looks different from a four-year degree directly out of high school.