The determinants of self-employment entry as an initial graduate destination / Natasha Syahirah Suhaimi

Suhaimi, Natasha Syahirah (2020) The determinants of self-employment entry as an initial graduate destination / Natasha Syahirah Suhaimi. [Student Project] (Unpublished)

Abstract

This paper discusses the relationship of the determinants that will influence the respondent's interest or intent to be self-employed after graduation by developing a theoretical framework. Self-employed are the most common occupation that people tend to do in order to earn an income without being employed by other company. By using SPSS software, the result obtained will help the researcher to identify the significant variable to achieve the research objectives. Researcher had identified four important variable through quantitative approach which is: (1) entrepreneurial family, (2) personality attitude, (3) experiences, and (4) access to financial resources. Targeted respondent of 200 final year student from Faculty of Business and Administration at UiTM Sabah campus Kota Kinabalu has answered the questionnaire in order to help researcher obtain the information required based on the problem statement of this paper.

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