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Running head: HUMAN CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT A Study of Demographic and Graduation Rate at St. John’s College 2007-2017 Joselie Jacobs, Janeen Nal, Nadime Smith, Kyra Villafranco University of Belize
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HUMAN CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT 2 Table of Contents Introduction .......................................................................................................................... 3 Problem Statement/Hypothesis: ........................................................................................... 3 Educational Value: ............................................................................................................... 3 Delimitation: ........................................................................................................................ 4 Definition of term: ............................................................................................................... 4 Literature Review ................................................................................................................ 4 Methodology ........................................................................................................................ 5 Historical Research .............................................................................................................. 5 Questionnaire ....................................................................................................................... 5 References ............................................................................................................................ 7
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HUMAN CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT 3 Introduction Background: In recent years, it has been seen that the workforce is comprise of more females than males and the head of the household now rest upon the mothers. However; top positions are mostly occupied by males, and one cannot help but wonder why this phenomenon is happening. There are no shortages of students enrolled in tertiary institutions today; however, at glance one can immediately notice the disparity of males to females. So, this begs to ask the question, who will be the leaders of our future households, or the roles models for sons? Where will our sons learn to aspire to be the man of the house, the bread winner of the house, the protector of his family?
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