Proceedings of the 3rd Annual International Seminar on Transformative Education and Educational Leadership (AISTEEL 2018)

The Effect Of Micro, Small And Medium Enterprises, Labor Absorption And Non Formal Education Level To Decrease The Poverty In Simalungun District

Authors
Jesika Melina Simamora, Zahari Zein, M. Fitri Rahmadana
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Jesika Melina Simamora
Available Online December 2018.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/aisteel-18.2018.15How to use a DOI?
Keywords
Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, Labor, Non Formal Education , Poverty
Abstract
This research is aimed to (1) get the empirical evidence about the effect of micro, small and medium enterprises and the importance of existence of micro, small and medium enterprisesas one of effort to decreasing the poverty in Simalungun District, (2) to know about the effect of labor absorption to decreasing the poverty in Simalungun District (3) to know the effect of non formal education level to decrease the poverty in simalungun district. The data that used in this research is primary data with the population number is 6.445 micro, small and medium enterprises and the sample is 40 respondents with data collection technique using questioner. The data analysis model that used is multiple linear regression with e-views 6 program. While the suitability test conducted with using R-Square, Partial Test and Simultan Test.The results of this research found that (1) the value of coefficient regression on micro, small and medium enterprises variable (-0,363), it means if the micro, small and medium enterprises variable is increased 1 unit, while the labor absorption variable and non formal education level are permanent, then the poverty (Y) will decrease in the amount of 36,34 percent. (2) the value of coefficient regression on labor absorption variable (-0,194), it means if labor absorption variable is increased 1 person, while the micro, small and medium enterprises variable and non formal education level are permanent, then the poverty (Y) will decrease in the amount of 19,46 percent. (3) the value of non formal education level variable (0,012), it means if non formal education level is increased 1, while the micro, small and medium enterprises variable and labor absorption are permanent, then the poverty (Y) will increase in the amount of 1,27 percent
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