Another one of the youngest entrepreneurs that is still finding success in 2012 is Aaron Swartz.
Though academics and city officials have yet to measure how many young adult newcomers there are (and how many have actually stayed in New Orleans), there is clearly a critical mass.
He was just 22 when he launched Profab â€“ which began as a welding company and now has 150 employees and several divisions servicing the oil, gas, construction and agriculture industries â€“ and Mr.
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