Case Study Of Entrepreneurship

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ENTREPRENEURSHIP MINDSET TRAINING TO STRENGTHEN ENTREPRENEUR CAREER: THE CASE OF CATHOLIC STUDENT UNION OF INDONESIA
Abstract
Currently, Indonesia has only 1.65% of entrepreneurs from the population of Indonesia. This amount is still very small, compared to neighboring countries, Singapore has 7.2% businessman, 11% Japan, 10% China and Malaysia 3%, especially when compared with developed countries, such as United States, the number of entrepreneurs has reached 11.5 %. To make young people aware of the importance of creating their own jobs to increase income and family welfare, entrepreneurship training needs to be done. The target of this training is young people in the kevikepan West Surabaya, who come from various universities and members
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The inclusion of Government Servant registries, mental into impromptu celebrities or novice politicians shows the lack of mental character of our youth entrepreneurship. Some of the above points out the importance of entrepreneurship education so that the younger generation when it is finished through all the formal education sequences are not confused to find work but can instead create jobs. More and more young people who create jobs, it will have a positive impact on the environment and improving the welfare and help the government in solving the economic problems…show more content…
Thus, indeed an entrepreneur is an innovator or reformer both for the socioeconomic environment of society as well as for himself. The condition of young people who tend to be more interested in becoming workers or employees (job seeker) than those who seek to create work need solutions through entrepreneurship empowerment efforts. In this empowerment the target is young people in the area of Surabaya. Young people in this case are those who are students, who come from various universities and members of the organization of the Catholic Students Union of Indonesia (PMKRI) St Lucas,
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