The Influence of Education Level, Job Skills and Work Attitude on Work Performance

  • Un Dini Imran Institut Teknologi dan Bisnis Nobel Indonesia, Makassar
  • Andi Widiawati Institut Teknologi dan Bisnis Nobel Indonesia, Makassar
Keywords: Education Level, Job Skills, Work Attitude, Work Performance


This research wants to know The Influence of Education Level, Job Skills, and Work Attitude on Job Performance. The method of determining the sample using the method using descriptive analysis method. The research method was carried out using quantitative methods by distributing questionnaires to 100 samples which were employees of PT. Jaminan Kredit Indonesia (Persero) Tbk Makassar Region. Data analysis used descriptive analysis and multiple linear regression analysis. The data sources used in this study were primary and secondary, with the data analysis process used in this study using the SPSS 21 program. Primary data were obtained through interviews with questionnaires to respondents. The types of questions used in the questionnaire are closed questions. Based on the research results on the influence of education levels, work skills, and work attitudes on employee work performance, it can be concluded that the level of education, work skills, and work attitudes of employees at PT. Jaminan Kredit Indonesia (Persero) Tbk Makassar Region has a positive effect comprehensively on employee performance. The most dominant variable affecting work performance is job skills.


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Imran, U. D., & Widiawati, A. (2022). The Influence of Education Level, Job Skills and Work Attitude on Work Performance. Point of View Research Management, 3(3), 277 - 291. Retrieved from