Amanina Abdur Rahman is an Economist in the Social Protection and Jobs Global Practice at the World Bank. She works in the areas of social protection, skills and jobs, labor markets, and migration, focusing on Malaysia. Prior to joining the World Bank, she completed a PhD in Applied Economics at Monash University Malaysia. Amanina was also a visiting researcher at Erasmus University Rotterdam.Alyssa Farha Jasmin is a Research Analyst in the Social Protection and Jobs Global Practice at the World Bank. Prior to the World Bank, she was a Research Associate at the Khazanah Research Institute where she worked on issues such as gender inequality and poverty in Malaysia. She holds a MSc in Economics from University College London and a BSc in Economics and Econometrics from the University of Nottingham.