The Determinants of Indonesian Civil Servants` Level of Job Satisfaction

  • With a unique work environment and the occupation being viewed by Indonesians as the ideal occupation, this paper aims to determine what factors affect the job satisfaction levels of Indonesian civil servants. This paper also aims to determine whether or not demographic and job characteristics have a distinct effect on civil servants in comparison to other wage workers. Using the ordered probit regression method and data taken from the Indonesian Family Life Survey Wave 5, results show that an individual who works as a civil servant are indeed more likely to be very satisfied with their jobs. However, only few dependent variables are found to be statistically significant in determining the job satisfaction of civil servants. Results from this research can be utilized by government administrators to boost the well-being of their workers. For further research, subjective measures of job characteristics are necessary to better explain job satisfaction levels.

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Author:Azalea Islameydika
Series (Serial Number):Skripsi (000179163)
Document Type:Skripsi
Language:Indonesian
Year of Completion:2019
Year of first Publication:2019
Release Date:2019/10/27
Tag:Government Worker, Ifls5, Indonesian, Job Satisfaction
Student ID (NPM):120210150037
Institution:Universitas Padjadjaran / Fakultas Ekonomi dan Bisnis / Ekonomi Pembangunan
Licence (Indonesian):License LogoPeraturan Serah Simpan