Research on the massive increase in global Entrepreneurship
More people than ever want to become Entrepreneurs.
It is based on:
- Interest (record levels)
- Necessity (jobs are disappearing at light speed)
People who went to school and have student loans now want their money back. They are calling schools a fraud based on being given the old promise of "go to school and get a job". That model is broken.
"Wealth is moving rapidly to concentrate at the tippy, tippy top of the pyramid," said Gawain Kripke, the director of policy and research at Oxfam America.
"The income gap between the richest and poorest is also growing. The poorest 20% of the world -- who live below the extreme poverty line, living on less than $1.90 a day -- barely saw their incomes budge between 1988 and 2011, while the most prosperous 10% enjoyed a 46% jump."
Joakim Fohlman is a multi entrepreneur since 1999, the founder and CEO of Cubimo and the main author of this page. See more at Wikipedia: