ladies and gentlemen:
it is a great honor for me to talk about the topic with you all, my dear friends!
as you all know, there is a flinty problem that many many fresh graduates can not find their jobs today. what is worse, it seems that we have few ways to sovle it. probably, some others would argue that why not let our ya go abroad since there are so many chances there? on second thoughts, should our government propose that we youth go abroad for job hunting? my answer is absolutely “ no”!
just think, my friends, why somebody suggest our fresh graduates go abroad? are our markets for job seekers really saturated ? are there really bags of jobs waiting for the jobless abroad? can the migration really put the axe in the helve? it is unlikely, in my opinion.
in some degree, it is a illusion thinking that there have been dead-alive on the labor market home. so many graduates say they can not find their jobs, so many parents worry about their young ones’ future, so many companies close the doors for job seeking…… how it just be a illusion ? do i have a bee in my head?
first ,we should make it clear that what kind of jobs that our graduates want to take, and where they want to work? it goes without saying, only jobs providing high salary in big cities, for instance beijing, can satisfy them. unfortunately ,that kind of jobs are limited. therefore, it is not that our graduates can not find jobs but that they can not find the fictive jobs , as a matter of fact. no matter how flourish and how actively a city is, it can provide numbered positions for the job seekers. what they want is perfect, but what they can gain in the end is another pair of shoes.
in fact, in the country, in the undeveloped places, more and more persons with ability are needed. however, there are no theatres, there are no cafes, there are no kfc, and there are supermarkets… as a result, no body like to work there.
as we all know, developed countries usually have the same problem that large numbers of person lost their work, which is even serious than china. millions of people pageant nearly every day, speaking for a piece of work. so what we can do after we get there? how can we support ourselves?
not all emigrants live a happy life, in fact, most of them worry about their life from time to time. digesting the culture seems always difficult, the salary stays at a low level, and the miss to their motherland always follows…
how about the developing country? are there more jobs, higher wages and comfortable life? i am sorry ,the answer is still “no”! plumply speaking, many developing counties are disordered. you can not prosuppose when the terrorists may attack you, when the epidemic may come and how can you make a living?
now you can see, as i refered to, foreign countries are not the paradise, at least, to most of the people having gone abroad. in this case, why we still suggest our graduates go overseas? in addition, will that really be good for our country after number of fresh graduates entering overseas for their job seeking?
as the matter of our family planning policy, the aged will become more and more, which is leading to a reasonably unfavourable situation. it is said that we will not have enough work force in future. please project yourself in that case, once it comes true, what will it happen? factories is short of workers, hospitals lack doctors, offices are pressed for missionaries…… now you can imagine, my dear friends, how terrible it is!