About 3 percent of American adults are currently under correctional supervision, and about 1/3 of Americans will be arrested before age 23. Both groups may have trouble finding legitimate employment and may therefore turn to crime to make a living. Entrepreneurship education offers a way out of this cycle: self-employed entrepreneurs can circumvent background checks, low wages, and discrimination.
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In a humorous and inspiring piece in The Wall Street Journal, Scott Adams (creator of the popular Dilbert comic strip) writes that most college students should learn the skills needed to run a business, which will prepare them for post-graduate life. Mr. Adams touches on several of his clever entrepreneurial ideas as a student that allowed him to master “the strange art of transforming nothing into something,” and he gives some excellent advice to burgeoning entrepreneurs.