The gloomy reality of Gulf returnees10 min read . Updated: 18 Aug 2020, 09:12 AM IST
- Emigrants have been Kerala’s economic pillar. Now, many have returned and are desperately looking for local jobs
- The ensuing social flux may have only just begun to unfold since Kerala’s emigration corridor has been fuelled, for decades, primarily by the desire to acquire 'status'
KOZHIKODE : One day in July, nearly four months after the cruise ship MS Caribbean Princess suspended operations at a port in Miami, Florida, its chef Arun Dev was in a showroom that was being erected in Kerala’s Malappuram. He was busy driving nails into the new wooden shelves.
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