Mali is a permanent member of the 25 clubs of the poorest countries in the world. It is often found in second place at the bottom of the list, reflecting the well-being of the world's states. But what other fate can befall a region that survived France's military colonial expansion and several military coups and that still suffers from instability due to civil conflicts and French intervention.
Employment in Mali is not normally spam data interesting even for neighboring African countries that also suffer from poverty. What can be said about the most developed economies in the world.
Work in Mali
Since ancient times, the main occupations of the modern people of Mali have been agriculture, salt mining, and trading. Not much has changed nowadays, except that salt production has gone dormant. Thus, Malians continue to work in the agricultural sector (growing cotton, rice, corn, tobacco, etc.), and in livestock farming (camel breeding, etc.).
It is worth noting that about a hundred years ago, Mali was among the richest countries in the world because of gold and diamond extraction. But the reserves were exhausted, and the profits were distributed not in favor of the state. Even today, mining companies ruthlessly exploit Mali's deposits and its workers without any obvious benefit for the people and the country.
Therefore, the main driver of Mali's economy. It employs 80% of the country's population based on the percentage of employees, which is approximately 63%. Other sectors are underdeveloped. Workers at any company or company are often paid little more than a dollar for an actual day's work.
In addition to an underdeveloped economy, inadequate distribution of public revenues, poverty, and high unemployment among the population, Mali also suffers from.