Study of Teacher’s Career Sustainability in the Millennial Generation Teachers

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https://doi.org/10.47750/pegegog.14.03.33

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Sustainability Career, Sustainability, Teacher, Education

Abstract

Sustainability career for teachers has not been a concern due to the assumption that teaching will always be sustainable as a career. Data showed by UNESCO that the world needs almost 69 million new teachers to reach the 2030 Education goals. Data of PGRI in 2019, the needs of teachers in Indonesia are 1.1. Millions, turnover in the teaching profession is also high. It is necessary to find out what factors affect the sustainability career for teachers. This article analyzes teachers’ career sustainability using the variables of Motivation, Commitment, Leadership, and perspective workload, from millennial generation teachers through the Internalization of Islamic Values. The data was analyzed statistically using Structural Equation Modeling (SEM). Samples for this research were taken from private Islamic schools in Java, Indonesia,  based on the Muhammadiyah Organization. The instruments are questionnaires using Likert scales. The results show motivation, commitment, perceived workload, Islamic value internalization, and leadership combined affecting 73.8% of teachers' career sustainability.

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Author Biographies

Didik Juneadi Rachbini, Universitas Paramadina

Didik Junaidi Rachbini, Chancellor of Paramadina University, was born in Pamekasan, September 2 1960.

1. Education

· S1 IPB (1983)
· MSc. Central Luzon State University of the Philippines (1988)
· S3 Ph.D Central Luzon State University Philippines (1991)

Niko Sudibjo, Universitas Pelita Harapan

Niko Sudibjo obtained a bachelor's degree in Psychology from the Faculty of Psychology, Airlangga University, Surabaya (1993). After a career in the city of Surabaya, he continued his Master's studies in Christian Education and Communications at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Texas, USA, and graduated in 1998 with an M.A. In 2010, he obtained a Doctoral degree in Educational Management at Jakarta State University (by obtaining an apprenticeship or Sandwich Like Program 2009, with the University of Victoria, Victoria, Canada). In 2011, sponsored by the Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education, to take part in the Better Education through Reformed Management and Universal Teacher Upgrading (BERMUTU) program at the Institute of Education, University College London, UK.

Evo Sampetua Hariandja, Universitas Pelita Harapan

Dr. Ir. Evo Sampetua Hariandja, M.M. is a Lecturer of Management Study Program. He teaches Strategic Management; Strategic Marketing Management; Service Marketing; Brand Management; Principles of Marketing; Research Methods; Microeconomics; Business Valuation; Operation Management; Global Marketing courses. He earned his bachelor's degree in Industrial Engineering from Institut Teknologi Bandung, master's degree from Institut Bisnis dan Informatika Indonesia (Kwik Kian Gie Business School), and doctoral degree in Science from Institut Teknologi Bandung.

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2024-04-05

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Purnamasari, D., Rachbini, D. J., Sudibjo, N., & Hariandja, E. S. (2024). Study of Teacher’s Career Sustainability in the Millennial Generation Teachers. Pegem Journal of Education and Instruction, 14(3), 355–362. https://doi.org/10.47750/pegegog.14.03.33