IS THERE UNEMPLOYMENT IN TAMIL NADU
Therefore, I advertised in a local newspaper and not even one responded. Then , I asked some of my friends living in Adyar neighbourhood about my problem and they confirmed that they share similar experience.
I , therefore, decided to conduct a small survey in Adyar neighbourhood to know why I was not able to get the service of electrician for small job , even as the nation is discussing about joblessness.
I spoke to a few skilled technicians some of whom said they were in regular employment in companies and therefore, cannot take such work. But, it was told to me that enough number of people are available as freelance technicians.
It was pointed out to me that these days, several technicians work for only three or four days in a week and earn an average Rs. 900 to Rs. 1000 per day. During the rest of the days in a week , they relax or spend time in tasmac shops and in drinking.
In number of such cases, their families are left in dire conditions with wife forced to earn to maintain the family , with the husband frittering away the income in drinking.
At the same time, I was told that there are number of unemployed persons who have studied in schools and colleges but have not acquired any particular skill like electrician or plumber or welder. They want only desk work and they have not equipped themselves to avail such much needed skilled technicians.
Perhaps, the case study of Adyar neighbourhood represents the scenario that is prevailing all over Tamil Nadu.
Nandini Voice for the Deprived
I can only conclude either tamil labor force do not want to work and while away their time or have found better jobs more
as minimum job entry for a raw is now 10000/- Per month ( ie 7000 to 10000) employees set limit as 10000 per man month if they could get one employee for 8000 the hidden cost per employee like water, tea, or other fringe benefits put together will be 10000.
there is enough job as every year 15,00,000 child are born ( only tamilnadu ) and every year one set of 15,00,000 cross 10, 15, 20 years of age and if there is no job the situation will be worst by now more
What I meant to conclude is, opportunities are aplenty. TN youth and the workforce don't want to strain a bit and want easy money without working hard and shedding a drop of sweat. more