Proceedings of The 2nd International Conference on Research in Teaching and Education
Factors Affecting Saving Behaviors of the Ministry of Public Health Employees: A Case Study of the Faculty of Public Health and Allied Health Sciences, Praboromarajchanok Institute
A survey research which has the objective to study of saving behaviors and factors affecting saving behaviors of the Ministry of Public Health Employees. Used to the simple random sampling method which has 173 sample sizes and collecting data with questionnaires that tested content validation and reliability which sent by mail and received all of the questionnaires. Analyzed data by frequency, mean and Chi-Square test.
1.Gerneral characteristic; found that, the sample size was 173, mostly female (70.52%), the age between 31-40 years (36.99%), single marital status group (50.87%) and Ministry of Public Health Employee’s position (54.91%).
- 2. Factors affecting saving behaviors; found that, 1) personal factors (male) and single marital status group are significantly to the amount of saving behavior of ‹ 5000-baht at level 0.05. 2) the economic factors, the group who has income ‹ 10,000- baht is significantly to the amount of saving behavior of ‹ 5000-baht at level 0.05 and the group who has income ‹ 10,000- 15,000 baht is significantly to the purpose of saving money for tax deduction at level 0.05. And 3) the position factor in the Ministry of Public Health Employees is significantly to the amount of saving behavior of ‹ 5000-baht and the purpose of saving money for future funding sources and children’s education fund at level 0.05.
Suggestion: Colleges should be provided knowledge and promote the various saving money methods. Including guidelines for actual management of incomes and debt.
Keywords: saving behaviors, factors affecting.