Who is most likely to start a business

I know a lot of people my age are in the retirement mode. Retired since 1992, I am not too sure what that means, but I can surely tell you, if you want to increase your chances of sticking around on earth and ensuring a bright future, you had better continue being a productice citizen until the very end. That means you will be working like hell all your life, so why not do something you have a passion for, not money but passion. Most of my peers talk about doing nothing, above knocking around. They boast about how hard they have worked...the attitude thing. Are we going to take the future into our own hands? Are we going to sit back because others peers are sitting back? Where is the change? And boy!, if you talk to black people, they will tell you that black people ain't goning to do shit.

Who is most likely to start a business: A college student or a worker? Yep, you guessed it: The worker.

Over the past decade or so, the highest rate of entrepreneurial activity belongs to the 55-64 age group. That's according to a recent report by Dane Stangler. But the United States is actually becoming less entrepreneurial than we would like to pretend.

The cachet of large, established companies has taken a hit. Job tenure has been falling for a long time. Employment is not going to recover in the very near future. People across all age groups are going to take the future into their own hands.

The majority will be Web-based businesses, where barriers to entry continue to fall.

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