Author(s): Cruz Garcia Lirios, Jaime Lemus Tlapale, Rosa Maria Rincon Ornelas, Celia Yaneth Quiroz Campas, Javier Carreon Guillen
Human development and poverty are two characteristics that distinguish groups in academic formation. From the theory of human capital, income and religion are two factors that enhance academic training and quality of life, indicated by entrepreneurship, self-employment, and professional satisfaction. In this sense, the objective of this work was to establish the informative and practical conditions for the promotion of quality of life through entrepreneurship, self-employment, and satisfaction. Three studies were carried out: a diagnosis, a workshop-type intervention and a new quality of life diagnosis with samples of students from a public university in central Mexico and selected for their level of development and performance. The results show that there are no significant differences before and after the entrepreneurship, self-employment, and satisfaction workshops, but there are data that would guide a discussion and a new intervention limited by income and religion.