The Empirical Analysis of Industrial Work Challenges in the Industrial Revolution 5.0 Towards a Grade Point Average (GPA) for Electronic Engineering Education Students

Hendra Hidayat, Elfi Tasrif, Putra Jaya, Muhammad Anwar, Thamrin Thamrin, Zulwisli Zulwisli, Ahmaddul Hadi, Khairi Budayawan, Muhammad Husin, Delvi Asmara

Abstract


This study aims to analyze the challenges of industrial work in the industrial revolution 5.0 towards the grade point average (GPA) for electronic engineering education students. This study was conducted in accordance with the development of the industrial world with the entry of the 5.0 industrial revolution and the demands of the world of education that must be met to improve the quality of graduates. The research objects are Electronics Engineering Students’. Sampling in this study uses the Slovin formula. A total of 75 students were involved in this study, with a sample of 43 people. To analyze the research data uses SPSS Version 20. The result shows that (1) industrial work motivation has a positive and significant on students’ grade point average (GPA) of electronics engineering students’ (2) work readiness in the industry has a positive and significant on students’ grade point average (GPA) of electronics engineering students’ (3) industrial work motivation and work readiness in the industry together have a significant on students’ grade point average (GPA) of electronics engineering students’.

Keywords


industrial work motivation; work readiness in industry; students’ grade point average; industrial revolution 5.0

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