ASTRONAUT? NO, AN ENTREPRENEUR!Good news from Great Britain:

Ask any young child what they want to be when they grow older and you’ll hear the classic answers.

“A singer”, “a footballer” or “an actor” have long been popular choices with youngsters.

But all that has started to change.

Impressively, young people in Britain are now aspiring to become business leaders and entrepreneurs, with 12% of kids picking this vocation over any other.

Of 1,534 kids, just 8% are set on being a teacher, while only 7% want to be an actor and a further 7% are intent on becoming a musician.

Shockingly, just 2% of children want to be an athlete when they grow up.

Good. We need fewer actors and musicians and more businessmen and women.