Millennials are one of the most educated populations in the United States, mainly thanks to the 2008 recession. Many in Generation Y chose to stay in school to ride out the economic downturn, and with millennial unemployment rates at 8 percent, it explains why large numbers are continuing the trend.
On the other hand, some millennials are walking a different path as entrepreneurs.
For more on why growing numbers of Generation Y are drawn to independent business ventures, A Martinez sat down with:
Sophia Parsa, co-founder of the tutoring app - TOOT
Curt Cuscino, CEO of the millennial branding agency, Hype Life
John Jackson, Director of Cal State Fullerton's Center for Entrepreneurship
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