ROLE OF BUSINESS ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND ELECTRONIC WORKING FOR JOBS OPPORTUNITIES CREATION
Keywords:emergency jobs, unemployment problem, business incubators, entrepreneur and entrepreneurial projects
This study aimed to diagnose the entrepreneurial experiments in electronic working and its challenges, besides work opportunities creation, recognizing the role of entrepreneurship in reducing the percentage of unemployment, by creating new jobs. The problem of this study revealed that most of least developed countries (LDC), likewise Sudan had put no serious care on entrepreneurship by utilization their existing production sources, this reflected negatively on economic growth of said countries, and also increased the percentage of unemployment among youth people. The researcher used the Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) to analyze the data and information which had been collected from the selected sample of staff worked at headquarter of Kenana Sugar Company, Site.The study highlighted some findings such as; initiating and getting use of available sources and time management for work opportunities creation, also distance working will let you to be in charge of yourself, Accordingly the researcher has represented many recommendations such as; encouraging employees for innovation and creativeness by enhancing self-confidence to accept un-predicted risks in executing their projects of e-working, moreover, the researcher has recommended the graduate students tackling factual projects, which can be work nucleus for their future career for overcoming the idleness problem.
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