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Bangladesh is a land of opportunity. The individual has the opportunity to obtain an education, to select his occupation, and to make progress in his chosen work. Bangladesh is a country where many people are working. More than one of every ten persons in our nation is employed. While opportunities for employment are almost unlimited, the happiest workers are those who have learned a trade or a profession, who are successful in working with others and who are efficient producers. Each worker who strives to do his best gains much personal satisfaction from his employment helps produce goods and services at reasonable prices and contributes to the welfare of his community and his nation.
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