Nowadays employment is a very serious issue and people who are well qualified are not getting suitable jobs. If people are getting jobs then either the pay is not suitable or according to the qualification the pay is very low.
Due to this many deserving people are still unemployed and deserving talent is going to waste. Unemployment then leads to crime and other social problems. institutions must keep a fair policy and give jobs and pays according to the skills and academic qualification a person has therefore ensuring that unemployment does not spread in the society
"53 per cent of employed youth suffer some degree of skill deprivation while only 8 per cent of youth are unemployed"
Noting that the present education system needs to be improved , "90 per cent of employment opportunities require vocational skills but 90 per cent of our college/school output has bookish knowledge."
The unfinished education and training reform agenda denies our youth the economic equivalent of a right to vote. It perpetuates inequality of opportunity because unemployability is now a bigger problem than unemployment. Sania Younus Rana