Exploring The Network Of Entrepreneurship, Innovation And Career Planning: An Empirical Investigation Through Sem

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  • Dr. Kaushiki Singh
  • Dr. Sanjeev Kumar Singh
  • Dr Humaira Fatima
  • Dr. Surendra Kumar

Abstract

The growing emphasis on entrepreneurship and innovation has led to a rising trend among young people to start their own businesses. To adapt to this shift, career planning must incorporate in elements of innovation and entrepreneurship. Career planning not only aids individuals in making appropriate career choices but also helps them discover and nurture their potential. This, in turn, significantly enhances the ability to innovate and succeed in entrepreneurial pursuits. This research explores the correlation between career planning and entrepreneurship and how entrepreneurship contribute in fostering innovation among Lucknow youth. Data was collected from 404 individuals aged 18-35, using structured questionnaires and analyzed through Structural Equation Modeling (SEM). The results of the path analysis validate the study objectives, which indicates a clear connection between the concept examined in the study.

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Published

2024-02-17

How to Cite

Singh, D. K. ., Singh, D. S. K. ., Fatima, D. H. ., & Kumar, D. S. . (2024). Exploring The Network Of Entrepreneurship, Innovation And Career Planning: An Empirical Investigation Through Sem. Migration Letters, 21(S6), 296–308. Retrieved from https://migrationletters.com/index.php/ml/article/view/7913

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