Wardha, mobile phone repair shop owner
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Many of Indonesia's young surviving on odd jobs

Indonesia is home to the world's fourth largest population of young people. But many of them end up surviving on odd jobs to make a living.

It is estimated that more than half the working population is employed in the informal sector.

The BBC's Indonesia correspondent Karishma Vaswani reports from the city of Makassar in south Sulawesi.

  • 16 Dec 2011