It is worthy to consider the live bird markets are important for the existence of avian reservoir bacteria that are enteric human pathogens. With this ignition, need arises to determine the occurrence of zoonotic bacteria from the workers of live bird markets. The interaction of humans with poultry provides a considerable risk of revelation to bacteria. Although some of these markets have been as potential sources of zoonotic bacterial disease and molecular detection positivity among live bird market workers in Bangladesh raises anew the considerable risks associated with these practices. Accordingly, the results obtained in this study suggest that the appropriate precautions should be taken during and subsequent to the handling of live birds to minimize the risk of zoonotic diseases.