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Industry news: Employability and skills

More teenagers setting up businesses, research suggests

02 January 2020   (0 Comments)
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The number of teenagers setting up their own businesses has increased by 700% in the past decade, study suggests. 

The rise from 491 businesses in 2009 to 4,152 now has been driven by tech start-ups, clothing lines and make-up brands, OneFamily found. 

The financial services provider has also found that one in five (19%) teenagers would want to build their own business. 

Read more on BBC News