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Average Age of a Successful Startup Founder Is 45

by Pierre Azoulay , Benjamin F. Jones , J. Daniel Kim and Javier Miranda, Harvard Business Review

“These averages, however, hide a large amount of variation across industries. In software startups, the average age is 40, and younger founders aren’t uncommon. However, young people are less common in other industries such as oil and gas or biotechnology, where the average age is closer to 47. The preeminent place of young founders in the popular imagination may therefore reflect disproportionate exposure to a handful of consumer-facing IT industries, such as social media, rather than equally consequential pursuits in heavy industry or business-to-business sectors.”

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