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Graduates ditch jobs for self-employment.

Graduates ditch jobs for self-employment.

Graduate jobs are being ditched in favour of self-employment, a new study reveals.



Over half (56%) of students, which equates to 1.2 million people in university education, are considering setting up their own business, instead of getting on the corporate career ladder.

Exploring the trend of modern student businesses, the research, carried out by leading print company Solopress, found that launching a start-up was a more appealing lifestyle for the newest generation of workers.

Surprisingly, nearly a third (32%) of students consider starting their own company in their first 12 months of university, with 38% certain it would give them a better chance of being successful.

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