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A jobless mother holds her child as she offers to be a "car jockey" in a main street in Jakarta

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A jobless mother holds her child as she offers to be a "car jockey" in a main street in Jakarta May 11, 2010. Many unemployed Indonesians find work as "car jockeys", for which they are paid around 15,000 rupiah ($1.50) to be car passengers, allowing the driver to use a lane dedicated to cars carrying three or more passengers. Unemployment rate in Indonesia in February 2010 reached 7.41 percent or 8.59 million people, a slight decrease compared to August 2009 which amounted to 7.87 percent, Indonesian central bureau of statistics said on Monday.

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