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What’s Your Biggest Concern Amid COVID-19 Pandemic? – JAKPAT Survey Report

by on November 20, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected a lot in the macro and micro-step of health and economy throughout the world. The last August, Indonesia Finance minister, Sri Mulyani, stated that Indonesia’s economy is negative 5,32% in the 2nd quartal of 2020. Based on the JAKPAT survey (Jobs & Career During Pandemic),  about 50% of respondents are […]

The working mothers tend to split the bank account with husbands. However, the stay-at-home moms tend to merge the bank account with their spouse. (1)

Jobs and Career During the Pandemic – JAKPAT Survey Report

by on October 21, 2020

COVID-19 has affected a lot in the work field, both in micro and macro, including Indonesia. Certain sectors are increased, but another is decreased during a pandemic. Indonesia’s Ministry of Manpower stated that in April 2020 around 2 million workers have been fired massively due to the pandemic. JAKPAT tries to find out how pandemic […]

The working mothers tend to split the bank account with husbands. However, the stay-at-home moms tend to merge the bank account with their spouse.

Money Management & Family Budget from Mom’s Perspective – JAKPAT Survey Report

by on October 9, 2020

The woman has an essential role in the family, which is to manage almost everything in the household. By conducting this study, JAKPAT tries to reveal how are family financial management in mothers’ perspective and its relation to the pandemic.  For more detailed data, please download the PDF file down below. Ready to Send A […]

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Here’s the Perception of Indonesian Millennials About Investment – JAKPAT Survey Report

by on September 1, 2020

Nowadays, there are lots of ways for people to invest in. Due to technology development and its various ways, millennials are starting to aware of the investment. The increase in fraud investment cases marks the awareness of   Indonesians towards investment. Through this research, JAKPAT tries to understand respondents’ perspectives towards investment, types of investors, as […]


Indonesia Digital Wallet Trend 1st Semester of 2020 – JAKPAT Survey Report

by on August 6, 2020

The cashless society in Indonesia is increasingly popular as technology literacy increases. According to the 2019 Fintech Daily Social Indonesia Report, the digital wallet or “e-wallet” platform is the most popular financial technology “fintech” category in Indonesia¹. In 2019, the value of electronic money transactions surged sharply by 207% to Rp 145.2 trillion². Whereas, the […]

People tend to still prefer to attend public events virtually on a new normal instead of physically present by applying the COVID-19 protocol. (1)

New Normal: Life After COVID-19 – JAKPAT Survey Report

by on June 24, 2020

COVID-19 pandemic has changed the life of many people. At present, the entire world including Indonesia has entered a “new normal” transition period. The JAKPAT study aims to find out what things have changed from Indonesians’ habit, their perspective towards the “new normal”, and how they view their lives after this pandemic.  For more detailed […]

Although the concerns about COVID-19 are still relatively high, people have started to going outside for basic needs purpose such as groceries shopping, working, and banking stuff.

Indonesians Daily Routine During COVID-19 – JAKPAT Tracking Report (March-April 2020)

by on May 13, 2020

COVID-19 pandemic has changed in people’s habits and routines in Indonesia and throughout the world. The change affected a lot of aspects including consumption and media accessibility. JAKPAT conducted a tracking survey to 1000+ respondents in several regions in Indonesia about their anxiety towards COVID 19, as well as their daily and habit consumption.   […]

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How Indonesian Sandwich Generation Deal with The Economic Shock of COVID-19 – JAKPAT Survey Report

by on May 6, 2020

The current pandemic situation causes difficulties in the world’s economy including Indonesia. Citizens are forced to stay at home and it leads to certain bankruptcy in several sectors. According to Director-General of the Ministry of Manpower of Training dan Productivity Development: Satrio Lelono, approximately 2,9 million Indonesians have been fired and laid off due to […]

•Women are perceived as having a multi-role in the household, who are responsible for domestic works, children's education, child caregiver, supporting the family's economy, and managing the family's finances.

Gender Roles in the Indonesian Households – JAKPAT Survey Report

by on April 22, 2020

April 21st is Kartini’s Day also known as Women’s Emancipation Day where we commemorate RadenAjengKartini, the hero of Indonesian women’s empowerment. In this modern era, the struggle of R.A. Kartini is often associated with gender equality. Gender refers to standards of concepts, values, norms, stereotypes that are actually formed by society itself. As in the […]

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How Indonesian Millennials Prepare Their Retirement? – JAKPAT Survey Report

by on March 6, 2020

Millennials are known to allocate their savings in traveling, shopping, and lifestyle, instead of the pension fund. This has been stated by the principal of the national economy, Sri Mulyani, in Seminar Nasional Asosiasi Dana Pensiun Indonesia in 2018. By conducting this research, JAKPAT attempts to see how’s millennials’ perspective toward retirement as well as […]