Teens stop going to school to get jobs, help family survive

JOHOR BARU: Financial difficulties have led two students here to quit school and get jobs, in hopes that their younger siblings can have a brighter future.

A former secondary school student, who only wanted to be known as Daniel, 16, said he decided to leave school so that he could help his family by working at a petrol station here.

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