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entrepreneurship

The Boston Globe examined the growing trend of computer science graduates heading for career paths in entrepreneurship, as opposed to working in academia or for established tech giants. “A newly minted PhD in the hot field of data analytics, Adam Marcus could have walked away from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology with his pick of lucrative jobs from any of the computing titans, from Google Inc. to Microsoft Corp.,” wrote Michael Farrell for the Boston Globe. “But like a growing number of his peers from MIT, and scores of other new graduates at top universities, he’s eschewing corporate America for the unpredictable world of scrappy Internet start-ups.