UNEMPLOYMENT PROBLEMS AMONGST GRADUATES OF HIGHER INSTITUTIONS (A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU METROPOLIS)

UNEMPLOYMENT PROBLEMS AMONGST GRADUATES OF HIGHER INSTITUTIONS

(A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU METROPOLIS)


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                                                                        ABSTRACT
In this research, it is assumed that unemployment is a factor inherent in the nation’s economic system, first because intentionally or unintentionally the policy-makers do not deliberately resort to measures capable of reducing unemployment to acceptable level. This research is concerned with wages and means of denitrifying the causes and measures of curbing the problem created by unemployment. To do this, this research will specifically investigate the incidence if unemployment among graduates of institution of higher learning in Enugu State and to determine what factors are responsible for or that affect unemployment. The researcher distributed (200) two hundred questionnaires to the respondent and collected (170) one hundred and seventy. Data were collected from unemployed graduates the data extracted from the questionnaire from the validation of research hypothesis were subjected to chi-square test statistics. And at the end of the research work, some possible recommendation where made like, establishment of more industries should be provided in order to absorb our unemployed graduates and conclusion were made in order to tackle the problems of unemployment amongst the graduates of higher institution in Enugu State.

TABLE OF CONTENT
Cover page ————————————————————————i
Title page—————————————————————————ii
Certification ———————————————————————–iii
Dedication ————————————————————————-iv
Abstract —————————————————————————–v
Tables of content —————————————————————–vi
CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION
1.1 Background of the study ————————————————1
1.2 Statement of the study ————————————————–3
1.3 Objectives/purpose of the study ————————————–5
1.4 Research questions/hypothesis —————————————-6
1.5 Significance of the study ————————————————-8
1.6 Limitation of the study —————————————————-8
1.7 Scope of the study ———————————————————9
CHAPTER TWO LITERATURE REVIEW
2.1 Theoretical Frame Work for the Study ——————————–11
2.2 Historical Background —————————————————–13
2.3 Current Literature ———————————————————-14
CHAPTER THREE RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODOLOGY
3.1 Research design ————————————————————-23
3.2 Sources of data ————————————————————–24
3.2.1 Primary sources of data —————————————————25
3.2.2 Secondary sources ———————————————————-26
3.3 The population of the study ———————————————-27
3.4 Sample design and determination of sample size ——————-28
3.5 Methods of data collection ————————————————29
3.5.1 Questionnaire design, distribution and collection of responses –30
3.5.2 Secondary methods data collection ————————————-31
3.6 Methods of data presentation and analysis —————————32
CHAPTER FOUR DATA PRESENTATION AND ANALYSIS
4.1 Data presentation ————————————————————-33
4.1.2 Presentation according to key research question ———————34
4.1.3 Analysis based on research hypothesis ———————————-35
CHAPTER FIVE SUMMARY AND FINDING, RECOMMENDATION
5.1 Summary of findings ———————————————————-44
5.2 Recommendations ————————————————————45
5.3 Conclusion ———————————————————————–46
Bibliography —————————————————————————–47
Appendices ——————————————————————————52

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