File - People attend the Forward Recruitment Forum at BIEL in Beirut, Thursday, April 26, 2012. (The Daily Star/Hasan Shaaban)
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In an effort ensure the security of participants in the survey, which will target a random sample of 40,000 households in the country, Tutelian displayed the uniform that around 40 to 50 employees, as well as the volunteers working with them that are contracted with the International Labour Organization will wear when deployed to carry out the study.Tutelian did not disclose the exact length of the survey or how long it is estimated to take to answer, but said that lengthiness often poses a challenge in "such projects," as different sections could not be broken down into shorter surveys carried out at different times.In addition to those tasked with carrying out the survey, another 150 people at the administration will work on processing the data, Tutelian added.
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