Students look to start their own businesses after graduation amid bleak job prospects

National Post article, 6/9/13
TORONTO — The Bank of Montreal says the entrepreneurial spirit is alive and well among young Canadians.

According to the bank, almost half of Canadian post-secondary students surveyed — 46% — said they see themselves starting a business after graduation.

BMO said that some see their planned new business as a primary source of income while others see it as a secondary source.

The findings came out of a survey conducted by Pollara, which asked Canadian post-secondary students about career prospects and their aspirations to own their own business. Read full article.

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