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Purpose – The study's key objective is to associate education and employment with that of women entrepreneurs.
Design/methodology/approach – The primary data collected from a sample of 163 female entrepreneurs located in the city of Udaipur, Rajasthan. A set of 8 Likert statements comprising various dimensions of education, employment, and entrepreneurship among women; the women respondents chosen as a sample were asked to give their opinion in the form of a Likert summary ranging between agreement to disagreement on the five-point scale. The technique of sampling used is Judgmental sampling. Post-collection of the data for a better understanding of the subject and precise results, one sample t-test applied.
Findings – The study's findings indicate that there is no statistically significant difference in the participants' perceptions regarding the influence of education and employment on women's entrepreneurship. Based on the results of the Likert statements, it can be concluded that the respondents showed a positive inclination towards the association being investigated. Education is of utmost importance in shaping and improving individuals, as it plays a pivotal role in their personal and intellectual development. It not only equips individuals with knowledge and skills but also helps in honing their abilities and talents.
Research implications – The theme of research is very apt as there is no such related literature available on exactly the title, which makes it unique and exclusive.
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