EKSPEKTASI RELEVANSI PEMILIHAN PROFESI DI BIDANG AKUNTANSI : ANALISIS DESKRIPTIV BIAS GENDER
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This study was aimed to describe the expectations on the relevance of profession selection in accounting based on gender on accounting students of Faculty of Economics of Islamic University of Indonesia. This study is a qualitative descriptive study. This study observed and interviewed 40 accounting students from FE UII, distinguished by gender and year of generation starting from year 2014, 2015, 2016, and 2017. This study used coding analysis, namely open coding, axial coding, and selective coding. Based on the results of the study, it is indicated that female students have higher expectations to work in accounting field compared to male students. Female students have a more certain expectations on salary and other financial expectations of the profession they choose. Female students assumed that their chosen professions provide equal employment opportunity between men and women, so that gender difference does not affect FE UII students in choosing their professions. Students from early class of year have high expectations of their chosen profession in accounting. Most of the first-year students are interested in becoming auditors since they consider that auditors have a great career prospect. But senior students have diverse expectations towards the selection of accounting professions. This is because they have gained wide range of knowledge from both inside and out of their college campuses activities which influence them in choosing their professions in accounting.
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