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THE EFFECT WORKING ENVIRONMENT, JOB CHARACTERISTIC AND JOB MOTIVATION TO JOB SATISFACTION AT LECTURE JAMBI UNIVERSITAS Rosmiati, Rosmiati; Ekawarna, Ekawarna; Haryanto, Eddy
Jurnal Ilmiah Universitas Batanghari Jambi Vol 17, No 1 (2017): Februari
Publisher : Jurnal Ilmiah Universitas Batanghari Jambi

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The objective of this research is to obtain information on the effect of working environment, job Characteristic and job motivation to job satisfaction. The population of this research is the Lecture Jambi University. The total number of the research sample was 273 Official Member of Lecture Jambi University and they were taken randomly. Data analysis technique was used path analisys with SPSS and LISREL program.The formulation of this research are: 1) Is the work environment (X1) directly influence the work motivation (X3),2) Is the work environment (X1) directly influence job satisfaction (Y), 3) Is the Job Characteristics (X2) directly influence the work motivation (X3), 4) Is the Job Characteristics (X2) directly influence job satisfaction (Y), 5) Is the work motivation (X3) directly influence job satisfaction (Y) 6). Is the work environment (X1) indirect effect on job satisfaction (Y) but the first direct effect on work motivation (X3) 7). Is the Job Characteristics (X2) indirect effect on job satisfaction (Y) but the first direct effect on work motivation (X3).Based on the above formula, it can be presumed that that job satisfaction can be explained by the variable work motivation, job characteristics, and work environment.Keywords : working environment, job characteristic And job motivation to job satisfaction
ANALYZING THE EFFECT OF NEED FOR ACHIEVEMENT AND LOCUS OF CONTROL ON STUDENT ENTREPRENEURIAL INTENTIONS EKAWARNA, EKAWARNA; ANRA, YUSDI; AYUN, QUROTTA; ROMIOS, SERI; TARNAK, TARNAK
IRJE |Indonesian Research Journal in Education| Vol 4, No 1, June 2020 (In progress)
Publisher : Universitas Jambi, Indonesia

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This study aimed to analyze the student entrepreneurial intentions model based on their psychological characteristics. More specifically, this study sought to explain whether the Need for Achievement (N-Ach) and Locus of Control (LoC) of students had an effect on Entrepreneurial Intentions (EI). An inferential research design with a cross-sectional study was adopted to collect the data. Students from faculty of teacher training and education, one public university in Jambi, were involved as the sample of the study. 63.14% of male students were selected by using a simple random sampling strategy, dominated by 81.78% of respondents aged less than 20 years. Data were collected through questionnaires and were analyzed by using the statistical correlation software and linear regression models to ensure the relationship between psychological characteristics and EI. The results indicated that there was a positive effect on psychological characteristics and EI on Student Entrepreneurial Intentions. N-Ach and LoC positively affected EI, both partially and jointly. Due to the limited instrument used in this study, only a self-reported questionnaire, which carried an opportunity for the response bias, and involved male students from a faculty in one public university in Jambi. Therefore, this model needs a further development through the incorporation of behavioral characteristics by involving larger samples allowing us understand on whether behavioral theories and traits are conflicting or complementary.