A nation cannot experience economic growth without human capital development. For human capital to actually have any impact on economic growth some investment has to be made. Investment in human capital consist of ;education, training, health and other social services, that will help in enhancing productive capacity of labour. This project examines the impact of human capital on economic growth in Nigeria from 1980-2006. The study used the ordinary least square technique (O L S) to determine the relationship between human capital and economic growth. This finding demonstrate the relevance of real gross domestic product in boosting the human capital development through the ratio of student enrolment in schools.
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