1. Non-response has been excluded from the calculations in Chart 8. Based on respondent’s employment status (Chart 7), there were 2,081 respondents who might be looking for work, which consist of 2,004 unemployed respondents and 81 employed respondents who were looking for more paid work. Of these respondents, 471 respondents (23%) skipped the question. The high non-response rate might be caused by a high number of respondents who were not looking for work at the time of survey, thus should not answer the question. However, the nature of the questionnaire did not allow us to separate those who opted to skip the question (i.e. genuine non-response) from those who were not looking for a job, thus caution should be made when interpreting the non-response.