HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION AS A VERITABLE TOOL FOR STRENGTHENING FAMILY INCOME FOR SUSTAINABLE POST-RETIREMENT LIVELIHOOD

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  • AKANDE MUHIBAT ABIOLA Department of Home Economics Education, School of Secondary Education, (Vocational and Technical Education), Aminu Saleh College of Education, Azare, Bauchi State Author
  • ADEBAYO VICTORIA MORENIKE Department of Home Economics Education, School of Secondary Education, (Vocational and Technical Education), Aminu Saleh College of Education, Azare, Bauchi State Author
  • TIAMIYU HUSSAINA KEHINDE Department of Home Economics Education, School of Secondary Education, (Vocational and Technical Education), Aminu Saleh College of Education, Azare, Bauchi State Author

Keywords:

Retirement, Sustainability, Income, Tool, Planning

Abstract

This study aims to explore the potentials of utilizing Home Economics education as a means to increase family income after retirement. By analyzing existing research in Home Economics Education and conducting interviews with experts in the field, this study purposes that Home Economics education can provide valuable skills and knowledge to retirees, allowing them to generate income through various means such as entrepreneurship, freelance work, or utilization of existing resources. The study also looks at the impact of Home Economics education on family dynamics and the potential for strengthening family relationships through shared income earning activities. Overall, this study highlights the potentials of Home Economics education as a tool for post-retirement financial stability and suggest for further studies in this area.

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30-04-2024

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HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION AS A VERITABLE TOOL FOR STRENGTHENING FAMILY INCOME FOR SUSTAINABLE POST-RETIREMENT LIVELIHOOD . (2024). Journal of African Advancement and Sustainability Studies, 4(2). https://ssaapublications.com/sjaass/article/view/205

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