Shaken migrant workers returned to Indonesia
The Jakarta Post
Yusnita said that she had high hopes of landing a decent job in Malaysia, especially after hearing the pitch of a local recruitment agency last year.
“I was promised a job as a housemaid in Kuala Lumpur with a salary of up to 800,000 ringgit [US$262] a month,” the 23-year-old said.
“However, only three days after arriving in Malaysia, the police raided the agency that recruite...
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