Ketimpangan Penghasilan Berdasarkan Status Pekerjaan dalam Model Imbal Jasa Pendidikan

Income Inequality on Job Status with Return on Education Models

Keywords: imbal jasa pendidikan, ketimpangan, status pekerjaan

Abstract


The study aimed to see income disparities between employment status in return on education from 2000 to 2014 using IFLS data. First, this study analyzes the choice of worker status with the multinomial logit method. Second, this study estimating return on education by entering a correction from the first stage. The results show marginal differences in effects between job status. The smallest return on educational was on the status of self-employed employment, and the biggest was working with the help of permanent workers. Differences return indicate income inequality based on their employment status. Return on education declined from 2000 to 2014. ----------------------------------- Penelitian ini bertujuan melihat kesenjangan penghasilan antarstatus pekerjaan dalam imbal jasa pendidikan dari tahun 2000 ke 2014 menggunakan data IFLS. Tahap pertama analisis pilihan status pekerja dengan metode multinomial logit. Tahap kedua estimasi imbal jasa pendidikan dengan memasukkan koreksi dari hasil tahap pertama. Hasil empiris memperlihatkan perbedaan marginal efek antarstatus pekerjaan. Nilai imbal jasa pendidikan terkecil tahun 2000 dan 2014 pada status pekerjaan bekerja sendiri, dan terbesar adalah bekerja dengan bantuan tenaga tetap. Perbedaan nilai imbal jasa memperlihatkan adanya ketimpangan penghasilan dari para pekerja berdasarkan status pekerjaannya. Nilai imbal jasa pendidikan rata-rata menurun dari tahun 2000 ke 2014.

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Hendajany, N., & Rizal, D. (2020). Ketimpangan Penghasilan Berdasarkan Status Pekerjaan dalam Model Imbal Jasa Pendidikan. Jurnal Ekonomi Dan Pembangunan Indonesia, 20(2), 133-145. https://doi.org/10.21002/jepi.v20i2.1134
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