A similar number say they are dipping into their savings to make ends meet.
Official global unemployment shot up by 1.1%, or 33 million more people, to a total of 220 million and a worldwide jobless rate of 6.5% last year.
However, 120,296 out of 372,934 job seekers also found work during the same period.
They say the Seputeh MP fails to empathise with the plight of thousands of city dwellers who have lost their jobs.
Like thousands of other families, Muhammad Basir Abu Bakar and Nor Azlina Jaafar are willing to do what it takes to survive the economic fallout of Covid-19 – even if it means working three jobs and turning a long-established burger tradition on its head.