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Working Patterns and Quality of Life of Street Vendors in Chapainawabganj Municipality of Bangladesh
Most of the urban poor in Bangladesh survive by working in the informal sector. Street vendors are regarded as self-employed workers in the informal sector. Street vending is one of the means of earning livelihood, as it requires minor financial input and the skills involved are low. The aim of this paper was to study the working patterns and quality of life of street vendors in Chapainawabganj municipality. For this study, researchers collected data from 70 respondents through conveniencedoi:10.5281/zenodo.6506287 fatcat:2dlwftbbsvhk7dls66r5f33h74