When-ever a graduate is bored of their seemingly dead-end, not so well paying because-you-have-not-struggled-enough-in-your-life jobs, there are two routes they see in front of them: 1) A post-graduation, 2) a Start-Up.
The start-up wave is so large, that everyone wants to surf on it and the large waves get the business on the beach booming. I referring to the industry that has been created in support of the start-ups. There new investment avenues (venture capitalism), new coaching techniques (incubation cells) and new verticals in news (start-up news (duh!))
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