Analisis Faktor-Faktor Yang Mempengaruhi Tenaga Kerja Wanita Untuk Bekerja Ke Luar Negeri Di Provinsi Jawa Tengah Tahun 2014-2016
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Indonesia is a country with a large population and a high population growth rate, often experiencing problems in terms of employment. The limited number of job opportunities in the country has resulted in large numbers of residents or job seekers migrating abroad. Indonesia's labor force is divided into two: male and female labor. The number of men working abroad amounts to 89,059 and the number of female workers is 145,392 of the total number of Indonesian workers working overseas larger number of female workers (TKW) working overseas. This research is aimed to analyze the influence of Poverty, Minimum Wage of Regency /City, Micro Small Medium Enterprises to Female Workers in Central Java Province 2014-2016. The method used in this research is panel data with Fixed Effect approach and is associated with descriptive analysis. Based on the result of research indicate that poverty variable have a significant positive influence to female labor force in Central Java Province, minimum wage of Regency / City has a significant positive effect on female labor force in Central Java Province, and micro small medium enterprises (UMKM) significantly negatively to labor women inCentral Java Province.