Most college students worry about finding a job after they graduate. But what few consider is not finding a job, but rather creating one for yourself. It’s called entrepreneurship. If you’re tired of angry bosses or careers that simply pay the bills but don’t fuel your passion, then maybe it’s time to consider being innovative.
Twenty-nine-year-old Jason Lucash, who graduated from UC Davis in 2006 with a bachelor’s degree in managerial economics, was recently named “Entrepreneur of the Year” by Entrepreneur Magazine. Lucash’s company, OrigAudio, which began out of a garage and with a $10,000 loan from his parents, has now become a multi-million dollar company.
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