Analysis of Factors Affecting Informal Sector Trader Income
This study aims to examine and examine the effect of capital, business duration and education level on the income of informal sector traders in Somba Opu District, Gowa Regency (the street vendor subsector). The results showed that the capital and business duration varia this type of research is quantitative research using multiple regression methods. This finding proves the affirmation of capital theory that the greater the capital used or expended by street vendors to start a business or trade, it will increase the amount of income owned by street vendors. These results also reinforce an assumption that the longer a person runs a business, the more experienced and positive the effect is due to having had more business experience so as to provide a mature and appropriate strategy in managing and marketing their products. The education level variable does not significantly influence the income of informal sector traders in Somba Opu District, Gowa Regency (Subsector of street vendors). These results explain that the assumption that a person can increase income through increased education every additional one year of school cannot be proven in this study because for trading, everyone can do their business without looking at the level of education that has been completed
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