The working world is being changed by young people, but being an entrepreneur is still misrepresented

Although it may have been a decade since the BBC’s long-running reality series The Apprentice invited true water-cooler discussions, it is still capturing the imaginations of viewers. It returned this month for its fifteenth series, where sixteen candidates are competing to win Lord Sugar’s £250,000 investment in their business (up until series seven, the prize had been to win a six-figure salary job at one of Lord Sugar’s companies).

This series has been notable for the age of the...

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