Start-ups and drop-outs

Thursday, March 15, 2007

A new study demonstrates that start-ups based in cities and towns with low high-school dropout rates and a high percentage of residents with college educations have greater survival rates than those located in areas with less-educated local populations.

Read more. Thanks to Tim Stearns at the Lyles Center at CSU Fresno. (Sign up for his e-newsletter on the right margin.)

posted by Ed Morrison |

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