The job market in any field has always been competitive.
The relationship between children’s mental health and their overall quality of life is heavily interconnected as it influences their academic performance, interpersonal relationships, and even physical health.
Every year, thousands of Bangladeshi patients travel abroad in search of better medical treatment despite the availability of similar services within the country.
Agriculture accounts for approximately 13.6 per cent of Bangladesh’s GDP and employs more than 40.6 per cent of the labour force. As technology advances, so do agricultural applications, ushering in a new era of industrial upheaval.
Palliative and hospice care were introduced in the western medical field decades ago. In Bangladesh, the concept is new, and lacks proper research and resources.
The previous years have seen the Bangladeshi middle-class plunge into unforeseen difficulties. The fallout of a global pandemic, coupled with a raging war in Europe has created an economic slowdown that affects the life of an average Bangladeshi in more ways than one.
Education is an ever-evolving pursuit. Both in terms of delivery and reception, the content and the mode of learning must continue to be re-imagined in order to fit the needs of the students.
The middle class in Bangladesh is facing an unprecedented cost of living crisis that is making it increasingly difficult to survive.