Abstract Volume:8 Issue-1 Year-2020 Original Research Articles
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The major Objective of this study was to look intoPerception of the rural households on their social status vis-a-vis education level in HidabuAbote district, Central Ethiopia. In order to attain this objective, relevant data were collected through structured interview.The generated data were computed through descriptive (percent) and inferential statistics (chi-square) to analyze problem understudy in HidabuAbote district. Hence, the results indicate that informally educated rural households have satisfaction to their daily laborer than formally educated rural households showing statistically significance difference at 1 percent significance level. Poor information searching habit is not reflection of informally educated rural households than formally educated rural households showing statistically significance difference at 1 percent significance level. There were significant difference between formally educated rural household and informally educated rural households regarding motivation to search best income generating activity at 1 percent at significance level in HidabuAbote district. However, there were insignificant difference between formally educated rural household and informally educated household regarding leading households member effectively, feeling stress during work and relationship of trust with neighbor at 5 percent significant level in HidabuAbote district. Hence, all concerning body including government and non-governmental organization have to give due attention to perception of the rural households on their social status that derived from their educational level through promotion and protection policy in the HidabuAbote district.
How to cite this article:Feleke Yehuwalashet Motuma and Kebede Tefera Brie. 2020. Perception of Rural Households on their Social Status Vis-A-Vis Education Level: The Case from HidabuAbote District, Central Ethiopia.Int.J.Curr.Res.Aca.Rev. 8(1): 22-27