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Title: ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF SECRETARIAL GRADUATES AND THEIR PERCEIVED JOB COMPETENCE.
Authors: IGBINEDION, VICTOR IMUETINYAN
Issue Date: 2004
Publisher: Business Education Journal. An official Journal of National Association of Business Educators (NABE).
Series/Report no.: 4 (2);149-155.
Abstract: This study reported the relationship between the academic achievement of secretarial education graduates and their perceived level of job competence. Twenty-four secretaries who graduated from the three levels of tertiary institutions offering secretarial programme and working in Edo State of Nigeria constituted the study sample. An instrument titled: “Academic Achievement and Job Competence Questionnaire” (AAJCQ) wad used to collect data. Percentages, frequency count, mean and chi-square statistics was used to analyze the data generated. They study revealed that though their employers’ substantially rated the graduates as having high level of job competence, it was however not related to their class of qualification. Based on this it was recommended that skill acquisition aspect of secretarial education programme should be emphasized.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/614
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