This study aims to obtain data and descriptions of patterns of non-permanent population mobility in low accessibility areas in Sijunjung Sub-district seen from: 1) Characteristics of actors, 2) Direction of purpose, 3) Reasons for mobility, 4) Pattern of mobility.
This type of research uses quantitative descriptive method. The study population was households in Nagari Silokek, Nagari Durian Gadang, Nagari Aie Angek, Nagari Solok Ambah, and Nagari Paru, using the formula slovin get the sample of respondents 97 households. With data analysis techniques using percentage formula.
The results of the study included: 1) There were 95 people out of 97 households that carried out non-permanent mobility, with a status of 54 children (57%). The dominant characteristics of males amounted to 58 people (61%), predominantly aged 18-28 years totaling 35 people (37%). The last dominant education graduated from junior high school was 22 people (23%). Dominant jobs as students / students totaled 32 people (34%). The dominant income has no income of 32 people (34%). 2) Dominant direction across sub-district boundaries is 49 people (51%). 3) The dominant reason for the work is 63 people (66%). 4) The dominant pattern of stay mobility is 61 people (64%).