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underemployment, Unemployment, fishing, workers, significant problems

The civilian labor force of Bangladesh was estimated in 2000 to include 69.2 million people. Agriculture (including fishing) employs 63 percent of the workers, while 10 percent worked in industry and 25 percent in services. Unemployment and underemployment are significant problems in the country.



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