Follow-Up: A New Ending in Tale of Young Woman From Rural India

December 8, 2016
Follow-Up: A New Ending in Tale of Young Woman From Rural India

In this piece, The Times’s South Asia Bureau Chief, Ellen Barry, follows up on a report she wrote earlier this fall about efforts in India to place poor young rural women in minimum-wage manufacturing jobs. According to a survey of trainees by a team of economists from Harvard’s Kennedy School, 80 percent of the young women placed by the government program said they liked their jobs.
Read the article here.

See also: Rohini Pande