Institute for Economic and Social Research – Faculty of Economics and Business – Universitas Indonesia

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LABOR MARKET BRIEF: Volume 5, Number 3, March 2024

Indonesian Migrant Workers undoubtedly contribute to Indonesia’s socio-economic status. Not only from remittances, but also through the improvement of welfare, educational and health conditions of families, as well as cultural exchanges. Therefore, the placement of PMI requires strategic steps, especially by aligning with the needs of the destination country. Identifying capacity building is important to […]


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