Indonesia Labour Force Market

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Indonesia is one of the largest developing countries in the world in terms of population. With a total population standing at 263 million, it is the most populated country in South East Asia. What is more, its population is growing at a fast rate of 1.5% per annum on average, and the average age of their population is 29 years old. Meanwhile, developed countries in Asia are currently facing challenges and constraints in labour resources. Read this report to find out how to better tap onto Indonesia for its rich labour resources.

What this report offers:

  • New perspectives on the labour force in Indonesia
  • Analysis allowing prospective players to have a better view of how they can tap onto the Indonesian labour pool, including the potential unseen opportunities
  • Indonesia’s population demographic details
  • Labour market landscape in Indonesia
  • Current education and career trends
  • Government efforts in promoting local and overseas employment
  • A case study on how developed economies like Japan have tried to tap on foreign labour for its caregiving sector


A case study on how developed economies like Japan have tried to tap on foreign labour for its caregiving sector

<Figures & Tables>

  • Figure A: The Differences between Indonesian White-Collars and Blue-Collars
  • Figure 1: Population and growth rate comparison across SE. Asia countries
  • Figure 2: Growth of Indonesia Population (1970 – 2015)
  • Figure 3: Population by Indonesia Provinces (2015)
  • Figure 4 : Indonesia population by ethnicity (%)
  • Figure 5: Indonesia population by religion (%)
  • Figure 6: Population density vs urbanization, by provinces (2015)
  • Figure 7: Labour force participation rate by gender and income group
  • Figure 8: Working population and unemployment rate by provinces
  • Figure 9: Labour force by employment status
  • Figure 10: Proportion of labour force by employment field
  • Figure 11: Productivity of selected S.E. Asia nations
  • Figure 12: Productivity growth per person for selected S.E. Asia nations
  • Figure 13: Education attainment relationship and main employment status
  • Figure 14: Education attainment and main industry employed
  • Figure 15: School participation by age group (Urban & Rural)
  • Figure 16: Education attainment impacts occupation prospects
  • Figure 17: Qualification of workers and job types
  • Figure 18: Overview of youth unemployment
  • Figure 19: Different scenarios of fee payment and sharing
  • Figure 20: Potential source of redress for migrant workers
  • Figure 21: Process of becoming a certified nurse in Japan


  • Infographics 1: Map of Indonesia
  • Infographics 2: Indonesia’s demographic profile
  • Infographics 3: Indonesia’s labour market overview
  • Infographics 4: Indonesia’s labour employment by employment status and field
  • Infographics 5: Indonesia’s Education Status at a glance
  • Infographics 6: Overview of Indonesia Master Plan 2025 and its key strategic sectors
  • Infographics 7: Indonesian’s career challenges
  • Infographics 8: Indonesian Men VS Women
  • Infographics 9: Indonesian migrants profile


  • Table 1: Key challenges concerning women, youths and rural regions
  • Table 2: Education attainment by Indonesians
  • Table 3: Indonesia Education system
  • Table 4: Overview of Indonesia migrant population
  • Table 5: Recruitment process for migrant workers
  • Table 6: Sample migrant processing fees for working abroad
  • Table 7: Laws protecting migrant workers
  • Table 8: State of healthcare in Indonesia
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