jobs and skills

January 15, 2019 2:01am CST
many companies hire people who are skilled already and i think that is the reason for having so many people being unemployed
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15 responses
@nife2018 (1317)
• Lagos, Nigeria
15 Jan
It nowadays mentality employment system if you are right for the job and you don't have certificate you can be employ, so people buy certificate without certified mentally
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• New Delhi, India
15 Jan
That is right as they enter a company many times by paying a bribe sometimes, yes sometimes. I have heard about it.
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15 Jan
@Swayamsiddha tha's not cool
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@nife2018 (1317)
• Lagos, Nigeria
16 Jan
@jassyay yes, so individual can sort out the solution
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@Moon24 (5382)
• Novi Sad, Serbia
15 Jan
Here also many companies hire people who have skills they need.
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@Hannihar (55519)
15 Jan
@jassyay Also there are companies that do not hire some people because they feel they will be bored with the job they applied for because they are over qualified for the job and the job is not rght for them.
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• India
15 Jan
all companies need people who have experience in the filed and to get experience people need job first which is not given.
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15 Jan
i don't know how they expect you to have a skill if they don't hire unskilled candidates
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• India
15 Jan
@jassyay That is what happening now a days. no one is ready to give chance to fresh candidates to show their talent
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@Kasjnak (3401)
• Romania
15 Jan
Well, yes, but you have to understand them. They have a business to run, most of them have no time to lose and they need experienced people. Large companies can afford that, but small businesses can't.
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15 Jan
i do get it but i think the gvt should come up with a plan to recruit interns
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@Kasjnak (3401)
• Romania
15 Jan
@jassyay indeed. They should give some benefits to a company that hires students or inexperienced people. Also a system for training facilities .
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@Sheali (6139)
• India
15 Jan
I know.. That may be unfair as there may be many who are more capable but not skilled as in doesn't have the right degree.. But it seems to be the easiest way to hire people.. :)
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15 Jan
My point exactly.Like me i taught myself to program but i don't have a degree but i can program
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• United Kingdom
15 Jan
I know what you mean. They want the benefit of someone who is already experienced - but how do we get experience if no-one will hire us in the first place?
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• New Delhi, India
15 Jan
I agree with you. That is why I want to remain self-employed.
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@lady1993 (21624)
• Philippines
15 Jan
yeah it is quite funny though - how will people even be experienced if they can't be hired first
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@Hate2Iron (11314)
• Canada
21 Jan
And you have to wonder what is going to happen when all the skilled people begin to retire. My daughter is going through the same thing. She doesn't have the experience... just tons of education! No one seems interested. :(
@responsiveme (23047)
• India
20 Jan
We need to.acquire skills
@Ladanger (5725)
• United States
16 Jan
They never want to give people a chance
@debjani1 (4638)
16 Jan
Yes you are right. But some are there who are not satisfied with their salary and don't want to do the job. So unemployment continues.
@kaka135 (14149)
• Malaysia
16 Jan
I think there are still some companies hiring freshmen. I was quite worried I didn't get a job when I just graduated as I thought I didn't really have any skills and no experience, I was glad I have found companies that hired fresh graduates.
• Dallas, Texas
15 Jan
Yes, we used to have a system called Manpower Skills Center, that provided a certain amount of training to prepare unskilled workers to get into the trades market. On the job training is not as often available as jobs that require some level of prior experience. And it does make things hard for the beginner.