Fifty-five percent of entrepreneurs started their first company by the age of 29.
That's one finding from an Ernst & Young survey of hundreds of entrepreneurs.
But it doesn't mean you should give up if you were born before 1982. Other findings suggested that entrepreneurs benefited from age and experience.
Nearly 60% of entrepreneurs have worked in a corporate environment, and 33% said this was key to their success.
To read the full, original article click on this link: If You Haven't Started A Company By 29, It May Be Too Late