More than half of the Brazilian students wants to be an entrepreneur: the call, the hype or traditional leadership issues?
Ac couple weeks ago I've posted at Pulsosocial about an Endeavor's research that points out that over 50 percent of the Brazilian students wants to be an entrepreneur.
Besides the skilled workforce blackout that is already a reality in the high tech Brazilian market, those numbers lead us to another important question: is it due the call, the hype or issues with the traditional leadership style?
An interesting aspect is that among those students, 7.6 percent are already entrepreneurs and most of them have other entrepreneurs in family. When it happens, the confidence of the potential entrepreneurs is lower than the average. It is certainly a symptom of the legal local system that makes the entrepreneurial life much harder than in other countries.