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It is difficult to shun the surge in poverty and unemployment rate during the current pandemic, an official of the Finance Ministry says.
Bappenas head predicted that the open unemployment rate by 2021 may increase to 12.7 million, in line with the widespread impact of Covid-19 pandemic.
The Indonesian government noted that the number of layoffs caused by the COVID-19 pandemic had reached 3,05 million as of June 2, 2020.
The rupiah interbank rate in Jakarta fell on Thursday, May 14, following a speech by the US Federal Reserve's governor Jerome Powell.
Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati said a number of countries are beginning to see a rise in unemployment.
New waves of social unrest could erupt in some countries if government measures to mitigate the COVID-19 pandemic are seen as insufficient, IMF says.
The COVID-19 pandemic bringing everything to a halt, Indonesia must now face a second problem: a sharp increase in unemployment.
Sandiaga Uno, a politician from the Gerindra party, claimed Jakarta Province sees a hike in the unemployment rate for the past six months.
The National Development Planning Agency (Bappenas) is optimistic that Indonesia's poverty rate and Gini coefficient will continue to see improvements
The Central Statistics Agency (BPS) recorded an increase in the unemployment rate in Jakarta from February to August 2018.
VP candidates Ma'ruf Amin and Sandiaga Uno explained their plans to solve the productive age unemployment rate issue in Indonesia.
Indef Economist reminded that Jokowi's plan to introduce a pre-employment card should not be a mere gimmick.
Robert Freniere was special assistant to the former US Army commander in Afghanistan. Today, he is homeless.
BPS chief says the country now has 7.45 million people who are unemployed, which is 5.81 percent of the population.
Vocational school graduates on top of the rank, followed by diploma and university graduates.
Few businesses in the nation hire people with disabilities despite the fact that Indonesia has a large population of disabled people.
In West Nusa Tenggara (NTB), work distribution is dominated by primary school graduate, as many as 1 million workers, that is about 54.77 percent
The ILO says that in 2012, Indonesia's unemployment rate declined from 6.32 percent in August 2011 to 6.14 percent in August 2012.
Indef economist welcomes the decline of the open unemployment rate in February 2017.
The Manpower and Transmigration Ministry held a ministerial conference with Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) country members.