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International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

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A Study of Workforces Mobility from Agriculture to Non-Agriculture Sector in Ulu Ere Sub-District, Bantaeng Regency

Sahlan, Madris, Andi Adri Arief

Abstract: The agrcultural conditions in rural areas have recently changed especially in term of labor productivity. This narrow area of land causes a decrease in family income from farming, and encourages farmers to make decisions to work in other sectors, weakening of labor absorption of agricultural sector, indicating the existence of change of economic structure, from agriculture sector of non-agricultural sector. The main consideraton of the mobility is the decreasing income which subsequently changes the management and post-production phases of agribusiness. Furthermore, occurring mobility gives impact to the existing stability of the agribusiness system. This study aims to 1) Reveal and analyze the effect of labor mobility income in Ulu Ere Sub-District of Bantaeng Regency, 2) The Influence of Land Area, 3) Number of Family Dependent to Labor Mobility in Ulu Ere Sub-District, Bantaeng Regency, 4) Age of Labor Mobility in Ulu Ere Sub-District, Bantaeng Regency. Methods of data collection used were observation, interview, and questionnaire. Data analysis used was descriptive qualitative and quantitative with logistic regression. The results show that 1. Income has a significant positive effect obtained by smaller sig value () than 0, 005 (0, 956 ) 0, 05 from ( 0, 768> 0, 005) to labor mobility from agriculture sector of non-agricultural sector in Ulu ere Sub-Distric of Bantaeng Regency.

Keywords: Income, Land area, Number of family dependent, Age of Labor Mobility



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