Fajar Maulana
Wakhinuddin Wakhinuddin
M. Giatman
Edidas Edidas


This study aims to ascertain the Forming Factors of Business Interest of Students in the Department of Light Vehicle Engineering at Vocational High School 2 Payakumbuh based on the internal factors: (1) Education, (2) Personality, (3) Motivation, (4) Experience, (5) Knowledge, (6) Opportunities, (7) Commitment, (8) Discipline, and (9) Leadership. This type of study was quantitative descriptive. The study population was all TKR Department students in the academic year 2019/2020 consisting of 110 students. Then, there were 85 students as samples, using the Slovin formula with a precision of 5%. Data analysis techniques are descriptive analysis and confirmatory analysis for hypothesis testing. Confirmatory analysis there are 9 independent variables analyzed through Anti Image Matrix Analysis, from the results of the research trial there are 2 variables: Education and Knowledge have MSA scores that do not meet the requirements: 0.338 <0.500 and 0.353 <0.500 so only 7 variables for further analysis. In the analysis of communilities there are 3 variables which have values ​​below 0.500, namely Personality: 0.477, Experience: 0.306 and Commitment: 0.475, then this variable is discarded. The results of the analysis of the research trials formed a factor group of 3.128 which means that the factor was able to explain 78.2% of the 4 variables, and 21.8% of the other variables. It can be concluded that there are 4 variables: motivation, opportunity, discipline, and leadership which are the most dominant factors.


How to Cite
F. Maulana, W. Wakhinuddin, M. Giatman, and E. Edidas, “ANALYSIS OF FACTORS FORMING THE STUDENTS’ BUSINESS INTERESTS AT VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL 2 PAYAKUMBUH”, JPTK, vol. 3, no. 1, pp. 10-13, Feb. 2020.

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