Author(s): Jamaliah, Elyta
These study pursuits to analyze monetary growth in the primary, secondary, and tertiary employment sectors in West Kalimantan Province. The approach used in this study is quantitative. This study is classed as explanatory research (showing cause and effect). The data used are secondary in the Province of West Kalimantan in 2013-2015 obtained from data published by the Central Statistics Agency of West Kalimantan. The evaluation used is multiple regression evaluation of panel data. The results showed that the primary and secondary sectors' economic growth had a high quality and full-size effect. The monetary gain of the tertiary industry had a destructive and sizeable impact on the increase in employment. The economic development of the primary sector had a positive effect on work. In contrast, the secondary sector had a negative and sizeable impact, while the tertiary industry had a better and insignificant effect. The model variables together affect about 81.50 percent of employment, while other variables influence 18.40 percent.