November 15, 2020, 10.08 PM

“Through the president’s KIP policy, we hope that by 2025, 70 percent of the Indonesian labor force will be high school or vocational school graduates and above.”

The government has also offered Early Childhood Education at various villages across the country thus helping to minimize the likelihood of children dropping out of elementary school.

When it comes to the Indonesian labor force, Muhadjir shared that the government is continuously aiming for new breakthroughs to assist and facilitate job seekers.

Muhadjir mentioned the Job Creation Law as one of the strategies in improving Indonesia’s workforce despite significant public disapproval of the newly approved regulation, particularly among the laborers and workers who feel they are unfairly treated.

Read also: President Joko Widodo Signs Indonesia’s Controversial Job Creation Law

“If there is something that is missing then let us perfect it. There is no one regulation that is perfect upon creation as there are always some drawbacks. There will always be one side that benefits from it, another that stays mum, and the other is the disadvantaged group and they are the ones who make the loudest noise.”

(Writer: Gresik Contributor, Hamzah Arfah | Editor: Dony Aprian)


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