Brain Drain

March 2000
Financial Executive;Mar/Apr2000, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p10
Academic Journal
The article discusses the survey results on Internet entrepreneurs (netrepreneurs) by Ernst & Young. The results found that 59% of netrepreneurs found the Internet an alternative method to the traditional corporate world with 67% envisioning themselves as pioneers. 27% of those surveyed felt that they would have entered the corporate world if the Internet had not been available to them. Ernst advises companies looking to make Internet ventures to more closure determine what is necessary to recruit young and talented employees.


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