The survival rate of business puts non-immigrants ahead in helping the economy.
According to the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor, While first-generation
immigrants were more likely to launch companies, only 5 percent of new
immigrants ran businesses that have been around for more than three-and-a-half
years, compared to 9 percent for non-immigrants.Having the business
last longer removes any advantage the 1.7% gives.
Mikhail you echoed my own sentiments
I must congratulate all entrepreneurs, for their willingness to risk it all at
this time of the 'great recovery'. to face all of the regulations and
backhanded slaps from all of those who think that profit is a dirty word. keep
up the good work.
I suppose that the real news here is that the U.S. is out of the recession.
Hum, didn't realize that had happened.Entrepreneurs are great
blessings to the economy, regardless of race. Thank you, entrepreneurs for
exhibiting the drive that makes America exceptional.