Job insecurity is becoming widespread among low income workers with nearly 77 per cent of people expecting higher unemployment in the next three months, a poll reveals. Of these, 70 per cent earn $10,000 or less, the survey by the Joint Office of the Hong Kong Federation of Trade Unions' provisional legislative councillors shows. When asked about their job prospects in the next three months, 23.7 per cent thought they would lose their jobs. Of those who thought they would lose their jobs, nearly 70 per cent were over 40. Another 76.1 per cent also expected difficulty in finding new full-time employment due to the economic climate. The survey was carried out on 1,000 people with 630 in full or part-time employment.