EMPLOYERS, RECRUITMENT AND THE UNEMPLOYED IN INDONESIA
The goal of this study is to examine the variables affecting unemployment in Indonesia. Secondary data for this study came from the Investment and Coordinating Board (BKPM) and the Central Statistics Agency (BPS). The data used include cross-sections of 34 Indonesian provinces and panel data from time series data for the years 2015–2022. The descriptive analysis's findings indicate that the unemployment rate for men is typically greater than for women each year. Additionally, compared to rural areas, the unemployment rate in metropolitan areas is typically about twice as high. The panel data regression analysis results demonstrate a substantial relationship between Indonesian unemployment and the variables of economic growth, inflation, wage rates, and the dummy economic crisis during the COVID-19 epidemic.
Consumption Behaviour, Financial Literacy, Product Knowledge, Saving Behaviour.