Minorities are more interested in starting their own business compared to the rest of the population, according to a new Northwestern Mutual survey.

More than 65% of the survey’s 8,000 American respondents consider themselves aspiring entrepreneurs, but entrepreneurs of color want to start businesses at a rate of 20% more than their peers.

Minorities were also more likely to start successful side hustles that they want to turn into a business. READ MORE AT YAHOO

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