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This week, OpenDiaries asks garment workers to respond to two questions regarding their future in the garment industry: Do you wish to remain a garment worker for the rest of your career? And, do you believe that the Worker Diaries project can help to improve the garment industry for workers in the long run?

This week, workers respond to two questions regarding their future in the garment industry: Do you wish to remain a garment worker for the rest of your career? And, do you believe that the Worker Diaries project can help to improve the garment industry for workers in the long run? About half of respondents say that they wish to remain garment workers, while 33% of respondents say that they do not. The remaining 16% say they feel neutral. For the following question, the overwhelming majority (87%) of respondents report that they do believe the Garment Worker Diaries project can help to improve the industry for the benefit of workers in the future. 12% of respondents feel neutral about that possibility and 2% disagree or feel discouraged.

#OpenDiaries¬†will be taking a break for a while, which is why the team at MFO felt that these responses about workers’ outlooks on the future were particularly important. We hope that you will continue to consider the stories and information garment workers have shared through¬†#OpenDiaries. We thank you for your support!

You can find the full slideshow here and you can discover more #OpenDiaries posts here.

If you have a question for the garment workers, there are three ways to ask it: 1) direct message us 2) write in the post comments, or 3) send an email to questions@workerdiaries.org.

Note: the quotes in the posts are not from the workers in the photos, but from different workers.

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