Analysis of the Influence of Workers' Decisions to do Commuter Migration: Literature Study
Keywords:Migration, Labour, Wage, Education, Age
Commuter migration is the occupation of residents from their place of residence to another
place or another city and returns to their place of residence on the same day. The main
factors that influence someone to do commuter migration are social and economic motives.
This study aims to describe and find out social and economic phenomena that influence a
person's decision to migrate commuters. This study uses a qualitative method with a
literature study approach, namely regarding descriptive analysis according to the research
topic by looking at how the influence of workers' decisions to migrate commuters. The
results showed that income level, education level, employment opportunities, age, and
marital status had a significant influence on the workforce's decision to migrate commuters.