About 30 years back when the computer applications were picking up everybody thought that the manpower requirement will come down. But what actually happened is jobs in computer applications increased to many folds. In this case, the same thing will happen.
After 100 years 40% things will be automated in the world due to faster development so manual work will be very less.
Santosh Kumar Singh
(Sr. Microsoft Dynamics Axapta Technical,Mumbai)
This can be taken care by the private sector if they create more jobs with less remuneration so that people get an opportunity.
Recently one megastore is opened in our area and I found that they have employed many sales person who come there on morning and evening shifts and as per my observation they have employed more number of people then required. This takes care when some are on leave or some big consignments come there and they have to arrange the things quickly.
They are giving only Rs 6000 to 8000 per month depending upon their level and seniority and additional supervisory work.
Thoughts exchanged is knowledge gained.
The technological advancements are the need of the hour & its not practical to go back with the traditional instruments & satisfy ourselves.
The first and foremost reason is that we are producing more number of engineering graduates, post graduates, diploma and certificate holders and in general the educated persons.
Where are the jobs? Even if they are there, it can not handle that large influx of qualified people searching for jobs.
The other reason is that the Govt projects are not moving with that magnitude as envisaged earlier. So the existing manpower is sufficient to handle that and no additional hiring is done.
Knowledge is power.
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