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Political Leader, Vinay Biradar takes unemployment into consideration


Employment is an integral aspect of any country's economic, social, and environmental growth process. Working gives one financial independence and decision-making authority. Citizens' employment prospects in India can aid in the reduction of corruption and the elimination of terrorism. And it is the most important factor in poverty reduction, among other things. As a result, if one wants to create a happy and prosperous atmosphere in our country or any other country, employment is critical. When people find jobs, you can see how happy and excited they are. Their joy is the result of their efforts as it is a risky job to participate in the waist-breaking job sector for a living.

And those who gain the job after competing with millions of competitors are entitled to a better way of living. Extending the dates of competitive employment tests, using rackets in interviews, and canceling jobs after or before an election, for example, are all unworkable and unethical government policies. However, gaining and obtaining full-time or part-time employment in the public or private sector creates the happiest atmosphere in the home and a sense of accomplishment in the lives of individuals. That is why it is believed that job options for skilled and unskilled workers, full-time employment, and self-employment are critical for the country's development.

If a government wants to develop democracy and improve people's unity, if they want to provide educational opportunities for children, if they want to help and prevent child labor, if they want to make people healthier and fitter, and if they want to pave a new path for natural resource development and innovation, they must work hard and plan to provide jobs and career development opportunities to job seekers. With this same ideology Vinay Biradar, a revolutionary political leader is working selflessly to bring a change in this sector.

However, career opportunities are dwindling. According to the Centre for Monitoring Indian Economy (CMIE), an independent think tank, India's jobless rate increased to nearly 8% in December. In 2020 and for the majority of 2021, it was over 7%. In most nations, unemployment increased in 2020. However, India's performance outperformed most emerging nations, including Bangladesh (5.3%), Mexico (4.7%), and Vietnam (2.3%), according to Prof Basu. According to the CMIE, even salaried jobs have declined. Part of this could be due to companies reducing their employment and cutting costs as a result of the pandemic. According to Azim Premji University research, young workers between the ages of 15 and 23 were severely harmed during the 2020 shutdown.

When employed person receives money, their standard of living improves. It is because the employed individual strives to fulfill his or her objectives. That aids in the growth of his or her employer's business or the productivity of any corporation. Then, as a result, commercial transactions become faster, and fresh investment enters the market. But what about individuals who are unemployed who want to purchase something? they are cash-strapped. Because they do not have full-time or steady work, they are afraid to spend it. And their cash flow is really sluggish.

The most common cause of social conflicts is a lack of money and hunger. People are ecstatic when they get compensated for their hard work and efforts. They begin to spend time with their families and relatives. They begin to participate in activities that promote social growth. However, it is impossible to participate in social development activities nowadays if one does not have enough money to buy food or to invest in a child's education. Hence, it is high time political parties not just incorporate providing job opportunities to the unemployed youth in their agenda but also provide them with jobs for the development of the country.


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