Employee or Employer? Entrepreneurial Perspectives of Tourism Management Students of a Higher Education Institution in Angeles City, Philippines

Darriel B. Mendoza, Jean Paolo G. Lacap
The study aims to understand the entrepreneurial perspectives of tourism management students of a higher education institution in Angeles City, Philippines. It assesses the relationships of the five dimensions of entrepreneurial perspectives namely Intention and Desire for Venture Creation (IDVC), Knowledge of Venture Creation (KVC), Desire for Taking Entrepreneurship Education (DTEE), Confidence in Venture Creation (CVC), and Intention of Overseas Venture Creation with Teamwork (IOVCT). The participants of the study were randomly selected and descriptive-correctional research was employed. Using simple linear correlation, the results revealed that significant relationships exist between IDVC and KVC, IDVC and DTEE, IDVC and CVC, IDVC and IOVCT, KVC and DTEE, KVC and CVC, KVC and IOVCT, DTEE and CVC, DTEE and IOVCT, and CVC and IOVCT.