Agreed. Most entrepreneurs hit their stride in their mid 30s to early 40s. However, the term “millennial” was given to the youngest voting block in 2008 who was 18-34 at the time. Eight years later, we are now 26-42, which puts us right in the appropriate age range. Don’t forget folks- people age. Even millennials. We aren’t 18 anymore and most of us are out of college facing unprecedented student debt. And regarding “entrepreneurial mindset”, the term can be applied to even the smallest of Etsy crafters. Anybody who is self-employed (freelance or otherwise) or hustling side gigs in combination with employment have an “entrepreneurial mindset”. If employment is not an option, millennials have no choice but to contract/negotiate/barter their human assets (skills) to pay their bills- and that, by definition is the “mindset of an entrepreneur”. At Millennial Magazine, we laud the risk-takers of our generation and encourage all millennials to look past the “job seeker” box to discover their valuable talents and skill sets that can be monetized.