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Research Questionnaire Our questions are designed to ensure anonymity and confidentiality.

General details Citizenship: __________________ (You must be a Malaysian to participate in this questionnaire) Gender: Age range: M 20-29 F 30-39 40-49 Widowed 50-59 Divorced 60 and above Separated Single Married

Marital status:

Spouse citizenship: ____________________ Number of children (if any): ____________________ Highest level of education: Primary Secondary Degree Yes Master No PhD

Have you ever resided in any country other than Malaysia?

If yes, please state the name(s) of the country/countries here: __________________________ If living outside Malaysia, complete the following three. Current residing country: _____________________ Period of stay: ___________________ Number of family member(s) living together: _____________________ Current employers details Type of business: ___________________________________________ Annual income: USD____________________ No. of employees: ____________________ Current jobs details Job title: ___________________________________________ Job duties: __________________________________________________________________ Working hours: ____________________ Minimum education required: ____________________ Field of study: _________________________ Minimum years of experience required: _____________________ Benefits provided (please state each in detail): _____________________________________ Ease of transportation to workplace: ______________________

Income and expenditure Salary per month: USD__________________ Average expenditure per month: USD____________________ Average savings per month: USD_____________________

Questionnaire ended. Thank you for your participation.

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