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Emotional Intelligence And Employability Of Undergraduate Students At Kampala International University, Uganda
This study explored the effect of emotional intelligence on employability skills of students. Using non-probability sample of 265 students enrolled in business management degree program at Kampala International University. A quantitative survey research paradigm was employed. Multiple regression analyses revealed a significant relationships between the participants emotional Intelligence and Employability skills (R2=0.48, p<0.05). The results further showed that handling emotions (Beta=0.321, p<0.05) and motivations (Beta=0.204, p<0.05) are key aspects of emotional intelligence that influence employability skills.
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