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A study by researchers at Northwestern University’s Booth School of Business, published in the journal Economics of Education, shows that undergrads with no previous experience with entrepreneurship tend to become involved in the success stories of their peers.
“The more you know in school and in society, the more likely that you are to be influenced by how others have approached your career path,” said J.K. and Carol J. Zinn, the researchers.
In their experiment, participants were tested on how much they trusted their peers when making decisions in a new startup and whether they considered their new company to be a viable, or “viable,” option, if it di우리 카지노d not receive funding.
Then the team asked what kind of companies are worth more to these students than just raising money through the traditional means. They tested it with a sample of more than 3,500 U.S. high school seniors. (The study was done before federal funding for college increased substantially.)
What they found surp영천안마rised them: when asked, more than three-quarters of them rated companies with a “viable” status as “better for themselves,” and one-third said they valued startups and their investors over traditional education.
And in another part of the country where a sizable portion of low-income young people already struggle to pay tuition or buy food, those who came into school knowing little about the economy were twice as likely to value the success of a startup over a traditional college degree.
J.K. and Carol J. Zinn
The success story of students without prior experience
This may suggest a fundamental difference between the experience students with prior degrees — the first generation of entrepreneurs that entered the market more recently than earlier cohorts — and those who were not — the less fortunate generation of students who came into the market before those with prior experience.
“The more you know in school and in society, the more likely that you are to be influenced by how others have approached your career path,” said J.K. and Carol J. Zinn.
The fact that these students knew so little, and thus chose such uncertain and uncertainly-placed jobs, suggests that these “undergrads” had trouble making decisions and were not able to grasp the true economic significance of the business they were trying to build.
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