Noble International Journal of Business and Management Research

Online ISSN: 2520-4521 | Print ISSN: 2522-6606


    Volume 7 Number 1 March 2023

Unemployment Reduction through Youth Entrepreneurial Development: A Study of Asaba, Nigeria

Pages: 1-9
Authors: Oboreh, Lucky Edafetano*, Samuel, Ajiri Peter
The study examined the unemployment reduction through youth entrepreneurial development in Nigeria: A study of Asaba in Delta State. The problems of this study arose because of chronic unemployment situation in Delta State. The population of the study is 23613 which comprises all the youths in Asaba Delta State. The sample sizes of (4540) were determined by using the Borg and Gall formular of (1973).  Method of analysis is through structure questionnaire. The researcher employed statistical package for social sciences (SPSS) as the method of data collection. Primary sources of data were used. The study found that Risk-taking ability have a significant positive effect on unemployment reduction, orientation have a significant positive effect on unemployment reduction. It was recommended that Government must ensure necessary modifications in the educational system in the country that would make graduates to be employers of labour and self-employed, instead of looking for scare job opportunities. The acquisition of the right skills to fit the various needs of the society is imperative.

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