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The study wascarried out to determine the entrepreneurial skill needs required bysecretarial education graduates of college of education for self sustainabilityin Enugu State. Four research questions and two null hypotheses guided thestudy. The study adopted a descriptive research design that made use of 40 itemstructured questionnaire. The population for the study was 238 respondents. Thequestionnaire was face-validated by three experts. Cronbach Alpha method wasused to determine the reliability of the items and a coefficient of 0.75 wasobtained. The questionnaire was administered on 238 respondents by theresearchers with the help of three research assistants trained by theresearchers. Two hundred and thirty-eight copies of the questionnaire werereturned and considered valid. The analysis was done using mean for researchquestions and t-test statistic for the hypotheses. The findings revealed thatthe 40 entrepreneurial skill needs were required by the graduates for selfsustainability. It therefore was recommended among others that secretarialeducation graduates should be encouraged to acquaint themselves with all therelevant entrepreneurial skills that will enable them to be self sustained inthe society.

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Entrepreneurial Education, Skill, Secretarial Education, Self Sustainability

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Etonyeaku, E. , Kanu, J. , Ezeji, H. and Chukwuma, J. 2014 Entrepreneurial Skill Needs of Secretarial Education Graduates of Colleges of Education for Self Sustainability in Enugu State, Nigeria. American Journal of Industrial and Business Management, 4, 601-607. doi: 10.4236-ajibm.2014.410065.





Author: E. A. C. Etonyeaku1, J. A. Kanu2, H. A. Ezeji1, J. N. Chukwuma1

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