Introduction and Table of Contents:
Entrepreneurship for Generations Y and Z
While there aren’t exact years that define Generations Y and Z, Generation Y is generally considered to include the 1980’s and into the 1990’s, while Generation Z begins in the 1990’s and goes to the present. All but the youngest end of this group have witnessed what has happened to the American (and world) economy over the last few years.
At the same time, they’ve grown up in the age of technology when the cost of starting many new businesses has come down and the selection of technology based tools to launch and grow those businesses has exploded. Combine those two social forces and you have a huge group that is well suited to adding Entrepreneurship to their career options. Here are Entrepreneurship resources specifically for these generations:
- Generations Y and Z (A - K)
- Generations Y and Z (L - Z)
- Studying Entrepreneurship
- University Resources to Help You Launch