How do you achieve a successful career as a woman? More women in developing countries are in paid employment than ever before, which is great. Paid work gives women financial independence, the chance to develop skills and support their family so they no longer live in poverty. Here are three major reasons why it's so hard for women in Bangladesh to have a career.
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The opportunity to be gainfully employed has served as a repellent against early marriage and in turn reductions in fertility. Control over income also provides the women with more decision making power at home, voice in the social sphere and self-esteem. Today, approximately 80 percent of garment workers are women.
The title, earned through the work of a generation of women who heralded the independence of Bangladesh in with promises of a transformed nation, has not yet accrued the complicated history that makes it an uncomfortable label for women in the West. In London, I hear the word whispered, hedged with caveats and reservations; in Dhaka, it is shouted and sung in public forums as a riposte to the cacophonous voices of religious fundamentalism and ingrained patriarchy. Bangladesh has made extraordinary progress in the past 43 years. By the end of the s, Bangladesh had closed the gender gap in primary education, and it is now one of the few countries in the world where the number of girls in high school is greater than the number of boys.