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Fellow badge 89cb33fea90e4bd01e256415bef5ceefefb3a1712d15c323579bf4222f046d78 Can the large Indian population be a disadvantage when applying for the United Nations?

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by Sanjeev Sekhar
Business Development Officer

India has the world’s second largest population and a large number of highly educated citizens. In this article, we look into the UN’s quota calculation to determine if the Indian population negatively affects the chances of an Indian national in securing a career position at the United Nations. We also share insights on how you can apply smarter to avoid the quota and get your foot in the door.

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