Abundance of young workforce: Bangladesh is the 8th most populous country in the world with the population of over 117 million. In 2018, the country’s working age population amounted to approximately 95.59 million people and around 73% of them were at the ages between 20-50 years old. At these ages, people have good health condition and can work the most effectively. Thanks to this, workers bring maximum benefits to their employers.
Bangladesh is a country with extensive experience in the labor supply market since the 1980s which contributes to creating jobs and improving the lives of various inhabitants. With over 40 years of experience, many workers have highly skilled qualifications, acting as a precursor to the development of many businesses around the world.
Low labor cost: In comparison with workers in developed countries, Bangladesh workers have the same skill level but can receive lower salary. They want to go abroad to work with long-term and stable income to support their families as well as further their career growth in the future.
Good qualities: In general, Bangladesh workers receive good appreciation from foreign employers thanks to their good qualities such as hardworkingness, intelligence, and eagerness to learn new things. They are also able to adapt to the new working environment quickly so employers spend only little to train them. Moreover, Bangladeshi workers are willing to work overtime and under pressure.
Great support from Bangladesh government: Bangladeshi human resources get considerable encouragement from the country government in improving their skill and knowledge. There are thousands of vocational training schools in Vietnam, including 500 vocational colleges, 404 vocational schools, and 5000+ vocational training centers. Therefore, nowadays, Bangladesh manpower is one of the premier choices for foreign employers.