FACTORS CONTRIBUTING TO SUBSTANTIAL UNEMPLOYMENT PRICE AMONG TEACHERS.
CARRINE. A. NANDWA
Each year quite a few graduates come out and start the search for careers with minimum success. This project is going to study a number of the factors bringing about unemployment between graduates irrespective of being knowledgeable and competently qualified to work in their area of examine. Some of the factors to be considered are gender, experience, graduate success and others. The data just for this research will be mainly main data, accumulated directly from participants and business employers by use of questionnaires. These kinds of will be experienced out and the results obtained for examination. Method of evaluation will be multiple regression applying SPSS and interpretation completed compute the conclusion. INTRODUCTION
1000s of students finish universities annually. What is disappointing is that they come out of school with great desires for getting applied and eventually beginning their families. Yet , they are confronted with the challenge certainly not easily acquiring a job as anticipated or perhaps never receiving one by any means. This project studies why it is so rare a job and comes up with approaches to cub this great issue of unemployment.
BACKGROUND WITH THE STUDY
Within the last years, there is a growing concern in the issue of high unemployment rates amongst our local graduates. Some made it towards the headlines, magazines and even in the blogs. This shows just how serious this matter is and that we are interested in figuring out why this happened also to identify what are the causes and if possible acquire a solution to this problem. Annually our neighborhood universities, general public or non-public higher establishments produced a large number of graduates but the percentages in the graduates whom acquire a task at the end of the day is definitely surprisingly low. This subject is a severe concern while this will cure the image of each of our educational program in Kenya. Companies or employees may well someday totally lost affinity for our teachers due to the figures of...