Average Age of Successful Founders – 39 to 41

February 27, 2013

By Bob Coleman
Coleman Report

This is not your Father’s retirement. Almost half of all Baby Boomers consider themselves entrepreneurial and comfortable with high risk.

That’s double the 28% of millenials.

And the average age of entrepreneurs continues to rise, with the largest growth in the 55 to 64 year old bucket.

Noted is the fact that older entrepreneurs also have more wealth and less debt than their younger brethren. Which makes them worthy loan applicants.

Check out the good reporting on the Monster.com survey in Fast Company here.

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