An illiterate earns a good sum and remains happy while an educated notMembers,
An illiterate or under graduate earns a good sum daily whereas an highly educated finds it difficult to earn some sum daily. For e.g, A labour ( just to lift and place) working in a construction company has a daily regular income of not less than Rs. 500 per day. Even if they opt to buy something from the wholesale market and sell it in retail, they earn good profit. The pity is - the highly educated graduate or a post graduate finds it difficult to earn some sum as they expect only the job fitting their academics. They all expect a government job to get in. They are paid very low by private companies. Thus an illiterate remains happy while an educated remains unhappy.
Am I correct? Do you disagree?