What causes unemployed yet highly educated and qualified people not desiring to work
although there are jobs available instead they prefer to make excuses as to the reasons they do not wish to work?
I have noticed that some people have no ambition. They lack the drive needed to go out and be successful. They lack initiative. I am personally acquainted with a person that will not search for work of any kind. He kind of expects the world of employment to come and seek him out. Granted, he has a learning disability, but he is quite capable of doing manual labor or uncomplicated repetitive tasks. But he just will not go out "job hunting". I'm sure it's a fear of failure, but I think a certain recreational drug might have something to do with it also.
Money, I mean the salary. My teen is working in singapore now after she graduate in singapore poly. Lots of her friends are still jobless because they are comparing with each other who has more pay. If the company gives less salary, they would wait and see for better opportunity. Oh yes, also less work, work in air cond office and near to their HDB flats. They are fussy
I was once told there are people who work good in the corporate area, people who work best for themselves, and people who are artists. Maybe the person who doesn't work needs to find his passion. Otherwise, it could be emotional issues, especially when the period of unemployment lasts too long.
by Grace Marguerite Williams 3 years ago
What causes some highly educated and accomplished women be attracted to lesseducated and socioeconomically non-accomplished men who are going nowhere?
by Grace Marguerite Williams 5 weeks ago
advantage fail miserably in terms of life and survival skills? In addition to that, why are they have hard luck in terms of jobs, oftentimes living on the socioeconomic periphery, never realizing their educational, intellectual, or socioeconomic potential? Others view them as abysmal...
by Mikio 6 years ago
Is it possible to be highly educated in science and still be an Evangelical Christian?I just went to see my doctor and learned that she is an Evangelical Christian. My immediatereaction was: Huh? Although I didn't say it out loud to her, I mumbled to myself: How is this possible? You're...
by Rhymeandreason 4 years ago
Is your age the reason why you are still unemployed? When you are told in most cases you are "overqualified" do you immediately think that your age could be the reason why employers do not want to hire you or they do not want to pay you for what you are actually worth?
by Sychophantastic 2 years ago
Another way to put this is that Trump is losing with educated, white voters, particularly women. What can Hillary Clinton do to appeal to the uneducated white voter and why do you think that she's losing in this particular demographic?http://fortune.com/2016/07/11/donald-tr … te-voters/
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