A look at the youngest generation in America's workforce
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America’s young entrepreneurs are aggressively building a new generation of businesses, products and services
Welcome to the dawn of the “shared economy.”
A recent survey commissioned by Zipcar, the company built on shared rides sprinkled across cityscapes, dramatically shows how differently Millennials (those aged 13-34 years) relate to business and the economy.
Wisconsin’s Place in the Rankings
4th Median Family Income
12th Export Intensity
13th High Speed Broadband Intensity
14th Growth in Share of National Exports
17th Export Intensity Growth
18th College Affordability
21st Educational Attainment
22nd High School Advanced Placement Intensity
23rd Cost of Living
23rd Job Placement Efficiency
23rd High Speed Broadband Availability
24th Export Growth
The National Chamber Foundation (NCF) hosted the first of a series of quarterly economic briefings led by Martin Regalia, Ph.D., Chief Economist and Senior Vice President for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.