HOUSEHOLD CONSUMPTION PATTERNS OF PRODUCTION WORKERS, OPERATORS, AND BLUE-COLLAR WORKERS IN PALEMBANG, SOUTH SUMATERA

Miskiyah, Neneng and Sariman, Tatang A.M and Taufiq, Taufiq and Chodijah, Rosmiyati (2016) HOUSEHOLD CONSUMPTION PATTERNS OF PRODUCTION WORKERS, OPERATORS, AND BLUE-COLLAR WORKERS IN PALEMBANG, SOUTH SUMATERA. Proceeding Forum in Research, Science, and Technology (FIRST) 2016. ISSN 2461-0739

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Abstract

The study analyzed the consumption pattern of households of production workers, operators, and blue-collar workers, both for consumption of food and non-food then compared the consumption patterns among households of workers who switched to other sectors and those who did not. In this study, the type of data used is the cross section and using a questionnaire. The model of analysis applied in this study is the multiple linier regression. This research obtains the following findings. First, for the consumption of food and non-food consumption, they are strongly influenced by the income of respondents and family income both for workers who switched to other sectors and those who did not. Secondly, by only considering the income of respondents, number of family members significantly affects the consumption of food and non-food consumption in the category of workers who switched to other sectors, while the workers who did not, the number of family members only significantly affects food consumption. Thirdly, education is only a significant influence on the consumption of non-food for workers who did not switch to other sectors. Fourth, the average food consumption expenditure for the families of workers who switched to other sectors is 53.06 percent compared to the average non-food consumption expenditure with 46.94 percent. Furthermore, the average consumption expenditure for working families who did not switch to other sectors, the food consumption is 49.35 percent which is less than the average non-food consumption expenditure with 50.65 percent.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: consumption pattern, income, Workers mobility
Subjects: H Social Sciences > HA Statistics
Divisions: General > Proceeding and Seminar
Depositing User: Demby Pratama
Date Deposited: 24 Aug 2017 22:27
Last Modified: 24 Aug 2017 22:27
URI: http://eprints.polsri.ac.id/id/eprint/3987

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