Factors Influencing Effective Participation Of Jukun Indigenes Of Taraba State In Entrepreneurial
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Factors Influencing Effective Participation Of Jukun Indigenes Of Taraba State In Entrepreneurial Activities
Due to the increasing rate of poverty and overdependence to government by the Jukun community, this paper was purposed to finding out those factors influencing effective participation of Jukun indigenes of Taraba State in entrepreneurial activities. One research question and hypothesis were formulated in line with the purpose of the study. 220 male and female Jukun indigenous entrepreneurs in Taraba State were surveyed. Questionnaire structured on the 5-points response scale was used for data collection. Means and standard deviation were used in analysing the collected data while t- test statistics was used to draw inference on the hypothesis at 0.05 level of significance. Mean value ≥ 3.5DownloadViews: 280

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