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Poll: Kids want to be entrepreneurs

4:34 PM, Feb. 8, 2013
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Kids used to want to be baseball players or rock stars. Now they want to be the next Steve Jobs.

According to a Gallup poll released in January, 43 percent of students in grades 5-12 want to be entrepreneurs, and around the country youngsters are signing up for lessons in business savvy. Almost 60 percent say their school has classes on how to start a business, up from 50 percent in 2011. Those numbers don't even include after-school entrepreneur workshops.

The huge popularity comes at a time when the youth unemployment rate is one of the worst on record. January's unemployment rate for ages 16-24 ...

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