Determinants of Multiple Jobs Holding for Udon Thani Government Officers

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รณกร กิติพชรเดชาธร
อนงค์นุช เทียนทอง

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This paper aims to study the determinants of multiple jobs holding evidence from Udon Thani government officers in order to improve government officers salary base and suggest financial planning for their optimal expenditure and saving. The sample size is 280 observations, including government officers, teachers, soldiers, and police. The questionnaire is used as a research tool. The Probit Regression Model is specified in the officers analysis. The empirical results show that most of the sample is male, 34 years old, married with 4 family members and holding a Bachelor’s degree. Moreover, the average income and expend are 23,248.18 and 12,870.64 Baht/month respectively. Most of the sample group have no land ownership, while they have debt payment and saving per month of approximately 4,943.73 and 2,550.98 Baht respectively. The determinants of multiple jobs holding are income, saving or saving for investment, government welfare, work experience, promotion prospects, and multiple jobs holding risk. The model has the prediction value of 67.50 percent.


Keywords: 1) Multiple Job Holding 2) Government Officer 3) Udon Thani Province

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กิติพชรเดชาธรร., & เทียนทองอ. (2019). Determinants of Multiple Jobs Holding for Udon Thani Government Officers. Journal of Business, Economics and Communications, 14(3), 72-84. Retrieved from https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/BECJournal/article/view/167987
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