Abstract

The involvement of women (female) in work can increase the number of the Indonesian workforce in the formal sector. This will be social unrest where the female labor force's offer is inversely proportional to the demand for the female workforce in the formal sector. So it is undeniable that the female labor force will increase Indonesia's unemployment rate. For this reason, employment in the informal sector needs to be developed. This study aims to: determine the effect of Women's Competence (X1) on Women's Performance (Y) in Micro Enterprises in PasarBaru, District of Timor Tengah Utara, knowing the effect of Capital (X2) on Women's Performance (Y) in Micro Enterprises in District of Timor Tengah Utara, knowing the reciprocal relationship between Women's Competency (X1) and Capital (X2) in Micro Enterprises in the District of Timor Tengah Utara knowing the effect of Women's Competency (X1) and Capital (X2) on Women's Performance (Y) in Micro-Enterprises in District of Timor Tengah Utara.