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“The most entrepreneurial generation in history”

In an extensive profile of 30 innovators under the age of 30, Inc. Magazine explains how “new technologies, a proliferation of resources, and a

disenchantment with the corporate world are making Generation Y the

most entrepreneurial in history…” I had expected a preponderance of Web 2.0 whiz kids, but there’s actually a fairly large sampling of innovators from a wide range of industries and sectors, including some that are decidedly low-tech. (Lil Bogies, for example, sells children’s golf apparel, while Just Salad offers healthy lunch-time salads to office workers in midtown Manhattan.)

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