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New research from the New York University Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development sheds light on this iteration of the classic nature vs. nurture debate.
If they want to move out as much as their parents want them to, they need to start making an income .
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Research shows that the important lessons of entrepreneurship can be learned that early.
Times have changed for 18-year-olds facing their next steps after high school.
We don't need college, we don't have to pay our dues, and making money doesn't have to be hard.
Making the right decision of whether or not to send a child to college and which college to send them to must go beyond a straight financial calculation.
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Alumni investment groups join the VC landscape.
The decision is intended to allow for a more diverse staff and a wider range of tastes.
Shockingly, the U.S. isn't number 1.
Chipotle closed the location in question yesterday, and the students have been tested for E. Coli and the norovirus.
A degree is way too expensive, gives you a false sense of security and actually eliminates opportunities you can get in the real world.
Julia Wittrock and Grant Hensel reached out to all of the CEOs on the Fortune 500 list and received a surprisingly high response.
'Well, I'm not good with defeat,' explains billionaire Stephen Schwarzman, who is now one of the richest men in private equity.
Starting out at a large company might be the way for some. Others might prefer to shadow a CEO at a smaller firm.
Getting a bachelor’s degree from a four-year
college or university is not necessary for an entrepreneur with the right stuff to become successful. Huge successes such as Mark Zuckerberg and Bill Gates are college dropouts. Also, skyrocketing tuitions are making other education options more popular, such as online colleges and technical school programs.
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