Millennials are supposed to be deeply schooled in disruption.

New curriculums changed how they learned, new technologies changed how they communicate, and new forms of work have changed their career paths. So why don’t more millennials embrace the challenge of entrepreneurship?

It’s hard to measure just how many Canadians are building innovative startups, but those born after 1980 are lagging behind—in 2014, three quarters of small-business owners were aged 40 to 64.

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