Around 77% of the returnee migrants in Bangladesh were struggling to find jobs between April and November last year because of Covid-19 pandemic, says a study.
One year into the global COVID-19 pandemic, the health crisis has exposed gaps in access to social protection and has left a devastating impact on working people.
Nearly 70 percent of surveyed migrants who returned to Bangladesh between February and June remained unemployed, according to a study covering 12 districts.
An organisation of primary assistant teachers on Tuesday urged the government to make their jobs permanent within a short time.
The Appellate Division of the Supreme Court yesterday cancelled a High Court verdict that asked the government to regularize the job of at about 400 employees in revenue sectors, who were working in various projects under Bangladesh Rural Development Board…
– Jayant Menon 23 September 2019 If the industrial revolution leads to greater efforts to reskill and reshape the workforce to better adapt to change, then this is exactly what is required, and there is no overdoing it.
State Minister for Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Zunaid Ahmed Palak yesterday said youths of the country would be able to provide jobs to other people in the days to come as the government has undertaken various schemes so that…