There are millions of graduates entering the world this month, and many of them dream of freelancing or starting their own business.

54% of Millennials either want to start a business or already have, but an additional 19% would prefer to juggle freelance work while working full-time, according to a survey by Elance.

What advice would you give these aspiring freelancers?

If you were graduating high school or college today, what would you do differently?

According to a recent survey conducted by Millennial Branding, 33% of all generations would have rather started a business than attended college in the first place. Among hiring managers, 64% would still consider a candidate who hadn’t even attended college, and 73% felt that colleges were only “somewhat preparing” students for a career.

Would you go to college right after high school? Would you take a break to explore the world before you got “serious” about studying? (Would you not go to college at all?)

Would you take different classes? A different major? More internships? More business classes?

The thousands of graduates who hope to become freelancers want to know what you think.

Please take a moment to share your experience!