In this dissertation, it conducted an investigation into the relationship between personality traits and entrepreneurial intention of the post 90s college students in China. SPSS was used as a data analysis tool to do a quantitative analysis of a total of 308 valid questionnaire samples so as to test proposed research hypotheses. Based on the data analysis, this dissertation obtained the following findings. First of all, the post 90s college students may focus on continuing their studies and job hunting and working in enterprises within five years after their graduation. Secondly, it was found that the personality traits of the post 90s college students have significantly positive effects on their entrepreneurial intention to varying degrees. Thirdly, it was found that the personality traits of the post 90s college students have significant and positive effects on entrepreneurial self-efficacy to varying degrees. In addition, the results of this dissertation also showed that entrepreneurial self-efficacy has significantly positive predictive effects on entrepreneurial intention. Based on these findings, some recommendations were proposed for college managers and college students in China for the future entrepreneurship development of college students in the future.
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