Review for Studying the Effect of Technical and Vocational Role in Creating Employment and Reinforcement of Graduates Entrepreneurship Case Study (Shiraz Bahonar Technical and Vocational Center)

Abdolmohammad Taheri, Najaf Tahmasbipour

Abstract


The aim of this study was to clarify the role of technical and vocational college in employment and reinforcement of graduates, entrepreneurship in 2012-13years. This study is a survey research. In order to implement this study, was used of one researcher made scale with 31-Item. Reliability and Validity of the scale was approved with content validity and Cronbach’s alpha. For data collection was used a sample of graduates with stratified random sampling in differentiate the degree and field of study. Analysis of the data showed that: 1-the significant relationship there is between Employment and Reinforcement of graduates, Entrepreneurship. Respectively, Dimensions: the use of the talents and abilities of subordinates, delegating to subordinates, desire for risky, Moral character, emphasis on modern academic methods, the use of human and material resources have the ability to predict graduates employment. But dimensions: saving resources, and hands and feet of state laws and regulations resources have not the ability to predict graduates employment. 2-Between Employment and Reinforcement of graduates, Entrepreneurship according to their marital status there is a significant positive difference. 3-Between Employment and Reinforcement of graduates, Entrepreneurship according to their Degrees there is a significant positive difference. 4-Field of Study In increase Employment and Reinforcement of graduates, Entrepreneurship had a significantly positive effect.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.22158/wjssr.v5n3p212

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