K Mohan @ Moga
'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
Even this challenging situation would ease
I recall up the old days dating back 1955, when my uncle got a job in DVC because of recommendation of boss of the same organisation and finally he had landed in a job in the Horticulture Department. Those were really the golden days of grabbing jobs in the different fields.
Knowledge is power.
The persistent pain, disappointment, stress that an unemployed youth gets is beyond our imagination. They are much stressed and at times, feel strong suicidal tendencies! To stop unemployed youth from taking extreme steps, govt must take some strong steps and help them earn their living respectfully. And not let them wander here and there for looking the jobs that are not everyone's cup of tea!
There are many areas where vacancies could have been filled but that is not done. Indeed, everyone can't get a government job but have governments fulfilled the vacant position. So I think the government is also responsible and does not care well for the people. At the same time, it is important to encourage the unemployed to start their venture and beat the unemployment rate in the country. But for that govt. has to support and provide instant help through subsidies and fulfil other formalities to complete the process of starting their businesses.
People should start thinking about earning through business or self-employment and other activities instead of waiting for a job. More and more people should start thinking in that direction. Productivity should increase and we should stop all imports and exports should be increased. In such a situation we can see better chances for the people. People should think of acquiring skills and start taking up jobs on their own and earning instead of thinking of a monthly salaried job. All said and done, population increase should be controlled for having better opportunities.
They are protesting to get vacancies but it looks so bad when they are thrashed by police and driven away forcibly. I saw a video on social media they were crying and complaining against police atrocities.