Just for fun, I thought I make a profile at BDjobs.com and browse around the job market in Bangladesh
I really feel sorry for fresh graduates in Bangladesh. So many applicants, so few positions, and salaries are essentially a race to the bottom as a result. If you don't have lots of money, connections influential parents, your chances of getting a decent career, irrespective of the educational outcome, can be left to the randomness of the universe in a place like Bangladesh.
It's not surprising why all major NGOs and research institutions are highlighting how social mobility is going backward in Bangladesh. At least in the olden days, someone from a poor background had some chance of social mobility.
They can't even write a decent job description. Most of them are full of typos, grammatical errors, and hilarious spelling mistakes (bechelar instead of Bachelor's, Machanical instead of Mechanical, etc, etc). Yet they want to hire a top-glass graduate who must perform every task from the get-go (because of F*ck training and development)...
Can someone also explain why a lot of positions explicitly say "males only"?