PERSEPSI MAHASISWA AKUNTANSI MENGENAI FAKTOR-FAKTOR YANG MEMPENGARUHI PEMILIHAN KARIR

Ardiani Ika Sulistyawati, Nina Ernawati, Netty Sylviana

Abstract


Penelitian ini bertujuan menguji dan menganalisis perbedaan persepsi para mahasiswa akuntansi dalam memilih karir baik sebagai akuntan publik, akuntan perusahaan, akuntan pendidk yang bekerja di institusi pemerintah secara empiris. Penelitian ini juga menguji apakah gaji, pelatihan profesional, keprofesionalan, nilai sosial, tempat kerja, pasar tenaga kerja dan kepribadian adalah hal-hal yang dipertimbangkan mahasiswa dalam memilih karir. Populasi dalam penelitian ini adalah mahasiswa Universitas Diponegoro dan mahasiswa universitas Katolik Soegijapranata Semarang. 76 responden yang digunakan sebagai sampel didapatkan dengan menggunakan accidental purposive sampling. Sedangkan data didapatkan melalui questionaire dan hypotesis diuji dengan metode Kruskal-Wallis. Hasil pengujian telah membuktikan bahwa ada perbedaan persepsi mahasiswa dalam pemilihan karir gaji, pelatihan profesional, pengakuan keprofesionalan, linkungan kerja dan pertimbangan pasar tenaga kerja merupakan hal-hal yang bisa menyebabkan perbedaan persepsi dalam pemilihan karir. Sedangkan nilai sosial dan kepribadian bukanlah faktor yang menyebabkan perbedaan persepsi mahasiswa.

This study aims to empirically examine and analyze the different perceptions of accounting students in choosing their careers that are as a public accountant, a firm accountant, an accountant or accounting educator who work in government institutions. Then, this study also examine whether financial rewards, professional training, professional recognition, social values, workplace, labor market, and personality become the students consideration in choosing their careers. The population in this study is accounting students at Diponegoro University and Semarang Soegijapranata Catholic University. The sample of 76 respondents are taken by using accidental purposive sampling. The data are collected through questionnaires and the hypothesis is tested by using the Kruskal-Wallis method. The test result has empirically proven that the differences of students perceptions in selecting their careers exist. The financial rewards or salary factors, professional training, professional recognition, work environment, and labor market considerations are the things that create the differences between students perceptions in choosing their career. However, social values and personality do not contribute to the differences of student perceptions.


Keywords


choice of career; financial rewards; professional training; professional recognition; social values; workplace; labor market considerations; personality.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.15294/jda.v5i2.2990

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