Hard to find jobs

Why is it so important for Malagasy societies and companies to have employments who have spent some uears abroad?
Some of them don’t even consider how long they have been there; the fact of having travelled and been abroad are sufficient to hire them.
Personally,I don’t mind but this means that young who can’t afford to go ther will remain jobless for a long time.
There are guys who has licence on Laws, Management and other subject couldn’t find jobs and finished by working as bus drivers or other unappropriate works. This is very sad.
Fortunately or unfortunately, nowadays we have many job announcements in the newspapers, TV and radio stations but alas, the problem remains the same. What then could become of the future of those who work very hqrd here in order to get their master degrees? That’s why the poor always remain so unless they have genius children but this is very rare.
You may say it depends on each person, if they work very hard and persevere in their study, this will lead them to success but sometimes you also need to have a lot of luck byt everybody can’t be lucky.
Everybody knows this but noone does nothing so Malagasy youth has to work at the zone franche which are now everywhere.
Isn’t there any solution to it?


5 Responses to “Hard to find jobs”

  1. March 6, 2008 at 4:28 pm

    I agree with you that luck plays a major part in being successful.
    However, one has to be ready when opportunity comes knocking. The frustrating part is that there are way too few of those opportunities at the moment in Madagascar.
    As for solutions, we can only hope this will change with time. Hope that the vastly underused potential of young malagasy people is put to use by visionary investors.

  2. 2 razaordira
    March 14, 2008 at 8:18 am

    You’re absolutely right, Karenichia.
    We all live in a world where people’s values are judged on the basis of standardized criteria. Thus, finding a decent job is never really an easy thing to do, even for people who graduate from world-renowned universities. Besides, giving a person a chance to work out his potentials is not a priority for employers since their companies must face a harsh competition on a daily basis in order to raise enough profits and survive.
    From now on, what is important for our young Malagasy is to build up companies of their own, work with their own hands, and get the rewards they deserve, without having to wait for wealthy greedy arrogant foreign investors to recognize their values.

  3. 3 simplex
    March 14, 2008 at 10:54 am

    “Few things are impossible to diligence and skill – Great works are performed, not by strength, but perseverence.” Dr. Samuel Johnson


  4. March 15, 2008 at 3:44 pm

    you are right Karenichia,but you know what malagasy people don`t know the value of life, that`s why its very difficulte to them to deal with that propreblem.For me, i suggest Malagasy people need how to think our Malagasy`s values from the ancestor,i mean the values of fihavanana malagasy.

  5. March 17, 2008 at 1:57 am

    A very sad situation indeed. And wonder what happens to those who cannot finish their degrees if even the degreed ones have problems.

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