Tech start-ups have proven to be a useful medium for addressing youth unemployment issues. Three students at the University of Texas have been utilizing their knowledge of technology to developing tools for keeping track of concerts across the state. Their apps are becoming increasingly popular app, and their company is operated out of their Richardson Texas apartments. The company that they run, Jump Space Apps, has significant potential for take-off, based on the creativity, foresight and initiative that the students have demonstrated. The roommates see Jump Space Apps as an opportunity to put their education into practice while preparing for a stable future.
The team notes that they currently receive many proposals for app-building services...Read More