demographic dividend

Let not female workers lose out

Government must be serious about decreasing women NEET

Harvesting demographic dividends

As per the Labour Force Survey 2022, the number of unemployed graduates doubled in five years.

Why are so many graduates jobless?

BBS survey again highlights the plight of unemployed youth

World Youth Skills Day 2023 / Bangladesh must invest in youth development

The country has an unprecedented upsurge of young people in its demography.

Shikkhar Shamajik Dayitto / A novel approach to sustainable quality education

Quality education is a requirement for “Smart Bangladesh,” and it will be an irremediable loss if the country fails to educate its young generation in order to reap the benefits of a demographic dividend that will slip away in the 2030s.

Utilise the demographic dividend as an asset, before it becomes a liability

To fully benefit from its demographic dividend, Bangladesh needs to prioritise improvement in education, healthcare and job opportunities for the youth, while ensuring social welfare and healthcare for the growing elderly population.

Spending All for Nothing

Education abroad does not always come with golden opportunities

How should we address our core labour market challenges?

We need a strategy to deal with youth unemployment and improve women's inclusion into the economy

Demographic dividend: How do we include more youth into Bangladesh's economy?

For Bangladesh, the window of achieving demographic dividend will close around 2040.

February 24, 2024
February 24, 2024

Let not female workers lose out

Government must be serious about decreasing women NEET

December 20, 2023
December 20, 2023

Harvesting demographic dividends

As per the Labour Force Survey 2022, the number of unemployed graduates doubled in five years.

October 27, 2023
October 27, 2023

Why are so many graduates jobless?

BBS survey again highlights the plight of unemployed youth

July 15, 2023
July 15, 2023

Bangladesh must invest in youth development

The country has an unprecedented upsurge of young people in its demography.

June 16, 2023
June 16, 2023

A novel approach to sustainable quality education

Quality education is a requirement for “Smart Bangladesh,” and it will be an irremediable loss if the country fails to educate its young generation in order to reap the benefits of a demographic dividend that will slip away in the 2030s.

May 31, 2023
May 31, 2023

Utilise the demographic dividend as an asset, before it becomes a liability

To fully benefit from its demographic dividend, Bangladesh needs to prioritise improvement in education, healthcare and job opportunities for the youth, while ensuring social welfare and healthcare for the growing elderly population.

November 19, 2022
November 19, 2022

Spending All for Nothing

Education abroad does not always come with golden opportunities

November 5, 2022
November 5, 2022

How should we address our core labour market challenges?

We need a strategy to deal with youth unemployment and improve women's inclusion into the economy

August 17, 2022
August 17, 2022

Demographic dividend: How do we include more youth into Bangladesh's economy?

For Bangladesh, the window of achieving demographic dividend will close around 2040.

August 15, 2022
August 15, 2022

We can’t let our demographic dividend just pass us by

Government must address rising unemployment as a matter of priority

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