Grit dan Work Life Balance Pada Mahasiswa Berstatus Menikah

Nida Afifah, Eka Dian Aprilia, Lely Safrina, Marty Mawarpury

Abstract


Mahasiswa berstatus menikah memiliki peran sebagai mahasiswa, pendamping dan orangtua, oleh karena adanya peran dan tanggung jawab yang harus dijalani dalam satu waktu mahasiswa harus memiliki semangat dan konsistensi tinggi sehingga mampu menyeimbangkan waktu dan tanggung jawab di kedua peran tersebut. Tujuan penelitian ini untuk mengetahui hubungan grit dengan work life balance pada mahasiswa yang berstatus menikah di Banda Aceh. Menggunakan pendekatan kuantitatif dengan metode non probability sampling dan teknik purposive sampling. Sampel dalam penelitian ini adalah 60 mahasiswa yang berstatus menikah di Banda Aceh. Pengambilan data menggunakan alat ukur grit-s (α=0.782) dan work life balance scale (α=0.880) menggunakan analisis korelasi Spearman-Brown Formula. Hasil menunjukkan koefisien r=0,040 (p=0,759, p>0,05) yang berarti tidak terdapat hubungan antara grit dan work life balance pada mahasiswa berstatus menikah, dengan tinjauan kategorisasi grit berada pada tingkat sedang (48%) dan work life balance berada pada tingkat rendah (75%). Hal ini dapat terjadi karena berbagai faktor yang dialami oleh mahasiswa berstatus menikah.

 

Married students have roles as students, companions and parents, because there are roles and responsibilities that must be carried out at one time, students must have high enthusiasm and consistency so that they are able to balance time and responsibility in both roles. The purpose of this study was to see the relationship with the work life balance of students who are married in Banda Aceh. Using an approach with non-probability sampling methods and purposive sampling techniques. The sample in this study were 60 married students in Banda Aceh. Retrieval of data using a measuring instrument, grit-s (α=0.782) and a work life balance scale (α=0.880) and using the Spearman-Brown Formula feature analysis. The results show the coefficient of r=0.040 (p=0.759, p>0.05), which means that there is no relationship between grit and work life balance in married students, with a review of the grit categorization being at a moderate level (48%) and the work life balance being at a low level (75%). This can occur due to various factors that support married students.


Keywords


Grit; Work life Balance; Mahasiswa Berstatus Menikah; Students with Married Status

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.24815/skpj.v1i2.28434

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