Entrepreneurial Character Education Analysis of the Profile of Job Creator Graduates in Higher Education

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Ajang Ramdani, Cece Rakhmat, Encep Syarief Nurdin, Aceng Kosasih


The purpose of this study was to examine the character education of entrepreneurs on the profile of job creator graduates in universities. The problem in this study is that college graduates who are often fixated on the paradigm of being a job seeker or job seeker, not job creators or cultural job creators have caused an increase in the number of unemployment which has climbed to 7.36%. The method used in this research is a qualitative approach that is literature review. The results of this study prove that the profile of job creator graduates in universities is influenced by the contribution of entrepreneurial character education, thus the mindset of students changes from thinking only after they finish studying to work to after finishing college or school they have to create jobs or in other words they have to create jobs. employment, and actually can be started or pioneered since college.

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