With unemployment at a 25-year high and job prospects dim, more college students are looking to start their own businesses, reports the Christian Science Monitor. Many students are turning to on-campus entrepreneurship centers, which are reporting an upsurge in student interest. And while starting a business in this economic climate might be challenging, students are finding there are advantages, too. "If you were looking for a job two years ago, when there were all sorts of great jobs and lots of hiring, you were going to go for the safe and secure thing. But now, if that opportunity isn't so...

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