Statistically speaking: College degrees make a difference in small-business success

From staff reportsAugust 19, 2013 

According to Manta’s Q2 Small Business Wellness Index on education, 69 percent of small-business owners have a college degree. Here are other findings from the report:

68% small-business owners who believe college made a difference in their success.

40% small-business owners who think having a degree is important to success in the working world.

50% small businesses that have staff members without degrees.

38% small-business owners who notice a difference in performance among staff with college degrees.

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