RedTracker| A 2009 Kauffman Foundation report surveyed 549 entrepreneurs in America, confirming that they’re not free-wheeling singles. In the Kauffman survey 70% were married when they became business owners; about 60% had at least one child, and almost 44% had two or more children.
More than 90% of these business owners came from middle-class or upper-lower-class backgrounds and they were well educated. 95% had college degrees and 47% more advanced degrees. Founders were average age 40 when launching their first business. Read on The Anatomy of an Entrepreneur; and Single vs Married Entrepreneurs: Who Has the Edge? FOX Small Business