The Perceived Barriers And Entrepreneurial Intention Of Young Technical Professionals
High rate of unemployment in most economies of the world has been a big issue and it has been argued that perceived barriers has contributed greatly to the development of entrepreneurial intention towards young engineering professionals. Hence, this study aims to investigate the relationship of the perceived barriers towards entrepreneurial intentions among the young technical professionals in private non-for-profit higher education institution in Malaysia. A total of 669 responses were collected through the use of survey questionnaire from the young technical professionals from private non-for-profit higher education institutions in Malaysia. The results of this study show that perceived barriers is found to have significant impact on the entrepreneurial intention of young technical professionals from private non-for-profit higher education institutions in Malaysia. The practical implications of the research findings were discussed.