An entrepreneurship study by Duke University shows that a vast majority of entrepreneurs were born in the U.S. So does just being born here make you an entrepreneur? Not likely. As outlined in this infographic, entrepreneurs are likely to be in the top 10 percent of their high school class academically, have 10 years of business experience, are married and have at least one child:
There are many ways to become an entrepreneur, including investing in a franchise, where the risk is mitigated by buying into a proven business model with training and marketing support.
To learn more about franchising as a gateway to entrepreneurship, attend our free August 23 webinar, Franchise Ownership as a More Stable Career Path. The webinar is free, but you need to pre-register, which you can do online by clicking on the linked seminar title.
You may also register by calling 866-246-2884.