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Why it’s time for Nys student entrepreneurs to rethink their startup ideas

Students are going on a tear for entrepreneurship, but a new survey shows that their passion for it is waning.

As part of its “Nys Student Entrepreneurship Week,” the American Association of Colleges and Employers is releasing a survey that tracks students’ startup ideas and their experience of it.

In the last year, a number of students and entrepreneurs have gone on to launch their companies, and Nys’ survey shows a big dip in the popularity of student startup ideas.

“The survey data show that the majority of students do not see their entrepreneurial ventures as a successful opportunity, but rather a lost opportunity,” the study said.

The survey also found that more than half of students surveyed are still planning to launch a startup in the next year, while half said they are not certain how they will make money, or how their business will impact the country.

It’s the latest survey to show a drop in student entrepreneurship over the last few years, and it comes as more and more businesses are looking to attract students.

“There is no doubt that the number of student entrepreneurs has dropped to levels we haven’t seen in decades,” Nys President Mark McVicar said.

“But the trend is not necessarily a trend that’s going to continue forever.”

While the number is down for students overall, they are also seeing an increase in students’ passion for entrepreneurship.

More than half the students surveyed said they want to launch and scale their business, compared to less than half a decade ago.

“That’s probably a good thing,” McVacar said of the drop in enthusiasm.

“I think if you are going to try and get people to become entrepreneurs, it’s a good idea to have some sort of sense of how it might work.”

The survey results are similar to other surveys that have found students’ enthusiasm for entrepreneurship waning, and are a major reason why companies have started to focus on attracting students.

McVacary said the survey showed that students are increasingly worried about getting paid for their work, and that they want more financial support for their ventures.

“I think that this is a really important time in the country for students to understand that entrepreneurship is not just a hobby,” Mcvacary told the HuffPost.

“You need to have a strong, secure foundation that’s supported by the economy, and this is something that is really important to the economy.

It’s a very different culture than what we have today.”

For students, this shift in attitude is important because it’s the first time they’re getting a chance to truly see what their passions are like.

“It’s not a new thing, it has been around for a while, and the numbers are pretty good,” McSweeney said.

“They’re showing that there are really positive changes that are happening in the way students are seeing entrepreneurship.

That’s exciting to see.”