International Journal of Humanities and Social Science

ISSN 2220-8488 (Print), 2221-0989 (Online) 10.30845/ijhss

Developing ethics using the Student's Professional Learning Community (PLC) of Ban NoiThuay Students Under the Office of Primary Education Service Area Nakhon Phanom District 2
Paitoon Puangyod

The goal of this study is to look into what motivates Gen Y millennials working in the public sector during the COVID-19 pandemic. Both quantitative and qualitative methods are used in this study. In quantitative analysis using data from multi-stage samples of millennials working in the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA), Thailand, the authors discovered that BMA millennials score high in all four public sector motivating factors (PSM) identified by Perry and Wise (1990). "Compassion" is the most important of the four PSM factors. Furthermore, the qualitative analysis reveals that welfare, job security, retirement plan, societal benefit, honorable career, beloved job, dream job, parental socialization, career path, and working time are the additional factors that motivate BMA millennials, in that order.

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