Analisis Penawaran Tenaga Kerja Wanita dan Beberapa Faktor yang Mempengaruhinya (Studi Kasus : di Kotamadya Binjai)
Drs. Arifin Siregar dan Drs. Rahmad Sumanjaya
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The women's involve in economic activities is not a weard thing to hear anymore, especially for them who come from a family which has a low economic level. The oldest women's activities is in agriculture. But the increasing in technology makes people start to ignore the agriculture matters. This makes a lot of women lose the chance in working and try to work in another sector such as industry. It is difficult for women to work in a sector like that because it needs more skills and abilities that women don't have because of their low level of education. This could be happen because a lot of women weren't used to get a formal education like most men were. But time went by. Now, we can find many women workes who have skills and abilities to work like men have. Although the women workes are usually called as secondary workes but it can't be denied that women who works are often very helpful to support their family even they haven't married yet. The aim of this research is to study about the supply of women workes in labor market by and the relationship between social economic and demographic variables of women workes and their working hours. Some of the empirical results are (l) that there is a difference in working hours between married women workes and single women workes. We can find other differences by knowing either their level of education or their work motivation. (2) Their supply of labor is significantly influenced by level of education, number of children, marital status and work motivation.
- SP - Economic Development