'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
Even this challenging situation would ease
Knowledge is power.
Not everyone but yes for some people like you have mentioned in the thread. While having such heavy degrees they are into such work which may fetch them more money. Private classes and kindergarten schools are the places which has a better chance to earn money. Apart from that some people even work in that field which is not favourite to them but because they have no other options. However, in my circle I have always seen people working in the field they actully get satisfied to do.
But now, an average family is much more stable and comfortable financially. Students are educated in varied courses, they are aware of the job market and what job can be suited to their liking and which job can fetch them more compensation and give career growth.
The job market has changed to a stage where the candidates can choose a job they need and like. The demand-supply in this regard is well-balanced now and in certain sectors, more tilted towards the jobseeker's' favour. The candidates are not under any compulsion to take up a job just for the sake of income. Now they can 'demand' and negotiate the salary and perks and dictate their own terms. .
Not just that, the ratee of attrition- employees jumping jobs- is also more prevalent now. Earlier it was like 'one job, one shoe, one house..' etc. People used to join a good job and stock there till retirement. Now neither the employer, nor the employees has such a loyal long term attachment.
Let us encourage each other in sharing knowledge.