Un­em­ploy­ment

Pakistan Observer - - OPINION - UNZA SHARF

Pak­istan is fac­ing a host of prob­lems and un­em­ploy­ment is one of them. This year the ra­tio of un­em­ploy­ment in Pak­istan has reached 6%, which is very high. That is­sue is in­creas­ing rapidly due to lack of re­sources and when the un­em­ploy­ment ra­tio goes up the crime ra­tio goes up too.

Pak­istan has count­less re­sources that are be­ing wasted since In­de­pen­dence. There are many grad­u­ates, Mas­ters, IT ex­perts, en­gi­neers and doc­tors won­der­ing about for job op­por­tu­ni­ties due to the cor­rupted em­ploy­ment sys­tem. Cur­rently the con­di­tion of our sys­tem has been worse due to which poverty is in­creas­ing. There is an ur­gent need to the pol­icy of merit and right man for the right job, if we want to come out of this quag­mire of mis­man­age­ment and mal­go­v­er­nance, plagu­ing our fu­ture as a na­tion and well-be­ing as a coun­try. —Via email

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