77% Bangladeshi returnee migrants struggling to find jobs: Study

This UNB article mentions a recent report co-authored by NYU CIC, UN Women, and BRAC "Demographic and Socioeconomic Changes Induced by the COVID-19 Pandemic in Bangladesh: Dynamics and challenges of new circumstances."

"Around 77% of the returnee migrants in Bangladesh were struggling to find jobs between April and November last year because of the Covid-19 pandemic, says a study. Among the migrant households with returnees, 61% had at least one member who lost a job or earning opportunity during the pandemic."

Read the full article at UNB here.

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May 09, 2021
Leah Zamore
Humanitarian Crises