By Brittany Hunter Gen Z is growing up fast. With the older end of the “Zoomer” generation now in their early- to mid-twenties, many are finishing their undergraduate degrees and moving on to grad programs before trying their luck in the workforce. Others are just beginning their college careers. According to the Pew Research Center, the post-millennial generation is on … [Read more...] about Dear Gen Z: Learn from Millennial Mistakes and Say No to Student Loan Debt
By Brittany Hunter California may have just passed a death sentence on the gig economy. Late Tuesday night, as many California residents slept in their beds, the state legislature passed a bill that is expected to impact hundreds of thousands of independent contractors across the state. For months now, the state assembly has been debating controversial legislation … [Read more...] about Did California Just Kill the Gig Economy?
By Brittany Hunter Twelve-year-old Lucie Wise couldn’t wait to open her own business. On three separate occasions, she had accompanied her mother to the Children’s Entrepreneur Market—an expo of child-run businesses hosted annually by the Utah nonprofit Libertas Institute—dreaming of the day she could set up her own booth and sell her wares to curious passersby. Lucie’s … [Read more...] about Kids Ordered to Pay Sales Tax at Children’s Expo Receive a Sad Lesson in Entrepreneurship
By Brittany Hunter Behind every successful entrepreneur is a cause or passion that pushes them to persevere even though the toughest situations. For Richard Branson, his desire to create a more reliable and affordable air travel experience for consumers helped him navigate the exhaustive regulatory hurdles that stood in the way of creating Virgin Airlines. For Dr. Devi … [Read more...] about How One Entrepreneur Is Waging War on Poverty in Africa
By Brittany Hunter We are only a few months into 2019, and already the 2020 presidential election season is well underway. Each week, it seems that more candidates are entering the race, especially in the Democratic field. And as the country cycles through its political flavors of the week, social media has become overrun by passionate posts that read more like stump … [Read more...] about No One Is Coming to Rescue You—Especially Not a Presidential Candidate