Unemployment issues due to online life - Love & Humanity Novel
Why does looking for work on the Internet suck!
Who doesn't wish that most companies today would just get rid of the internet only means to applying for their job openings, and submitting resumes to get these non-existent jobs in New York City, and in many other locations in America as well as worldwide.
Unemployment is constant for the most part no matter what moment in time it is of the year or in that of the world. This predominant factor does indeed need to change somehow, as for us humans always having to do without, and for long lengths of time due to lack of employment options.
As for using the internet and online life is concerned, it has indeed put a major damper on how people look for employment, and since the economy isn't doing good at all yet, people tend to give up easily after a while of searching aimlessly for work knowing things are looking grim for them.
Unemployment is universal
We need to go back in time
If things were to go back to traditional methods of doing business, where employers were to ask of potential employees to apply for work directly through the work locations where work was indeed available, none of this mess would be happening today.
This may very well correct the unemployment issues if the methods to alert employers and apply for work did indeed get back to normal again, because when you come to think of it, it's become more of a huge problem rather then a solution to things, since everything went up and moved online for the most part.
When you think about it, it truly isn't a fair playing field for us folks whom are looking to gain a real job per say, and we have to face these unrealistic online portals, and website job screening web pages, such as Career Builder, Monster and many other job board websites.
Great depression back in 1930's
What really happened to physically applying for a job
What ever happen to applying for a job at the specific job locations where the openings were actually posted, and what happened to going from store location, or office location to drop off your actual physical resumes?
Those days need to return, because the methods of gaining employment online just aren’t working at all today. This can be proven using statistical data of any corporation’s website, which is where the vast majority of job applicants are now forced to go, to submit their job applications, and resumes.
Out of millions of potential applicants, what do you think is your chances of getting that job position, and especially since its now considered to be accessible by even billions more viewers online, equating to email over load for most companies, and also for respective job seekers in dire need of employment today. Many companies were even forced to put into action a automated system for scanning resumes, which filters out those resumes which lack the keyword effectiveness to fulfill the job requirements.
What we're going through today, is identical in part to this moment during the great depression suggestive by the image below
Unemployment is everywhere it seems and widespread
Factual books on the subject
Job scouts and Networks
Of course there are online networks (Job Websites) dedicated to scouting, job postings, recruitment, and the likes, but many of them are merely looking for more online users to sell and market to, which is how the web works pretty much, and it’s not a true effective method at gaining employment, because all you get is loads of email by them stating that this job is offered and that job is offered, but in such high volumes that your email account ends up being over loaded.
This is all you receive today mostly, and by looking at all the spam emails one receives, its easy for anyone to clearly see that its just a means to gain these scam networks potential earnings, and not for anyone to actually get anywhere. Simply falling for their online gimmicks they continue to come up with is common place today for the average person.
For over four years since the official collapse of the economy back in 2008, people been seeking employment online, and not a single job interview has been generated for many folks. As for myself I use to apply for jobs on the ground, and never had a problem finding one, and I had gotten job interviews right away.
All these issues with employment need to be fixed and fixed pronto if anyone is to regain a normal functioning lifestyle in America or elsewhere for that matter. Until such a thing occurs many of us will continue to be forced to find alternative forms of earning income on the web, such as Youtube, online writing, freelancing, and so much more new age strategies to survive.
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