The Influence of Demographic Factors on Entrepreneurial Intention among Undergraduate Students as a Career Choice: The Case of a Turkish University
Dr. Emrah Talas, Ali Kemal Çelik, Ibrahim Orkun Oral

This paper aims to determine the impact of demographic factors on entrepreneurial intention among undergraduate students as a career choice. For this purpose, a written-questionnaire was administered to 638 undergraduate students at a Turkish university. The data being obtained were analyzed using logistic regression model. The analysis results revealed that the current faculty, type of high school and the household income of their family were significant factors influencing the entrepreneurial intention among respondents. The relationship among the significant factors was also examined using the relevant chi-square test.

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