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Labour Ministry hopes to find jobs for 100,000 unemployed graduates in 3 months

By Thai PBS

 

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The Labour Ministry has set a target to find jobs for about 100,000 unemployed graduates with a BA degree within three months, said Labour Minister Adul Saengsingkaeo on Monday.

 

Citing a report from the National Statistical Office which shows that there are more than 400,000 unemployed in May, including 170,000 who were graduated with a BA degree, mostly in social science field, the minister said that the ministry set out an emergency measure and a long-term measure to address the unemployment problem.

 

As for the emergency measure, he said the ministry would provide job recommendations and promote independent occupations to the jobless which are expected to secure about 2,000 job vacancies.

 

Source: http://englishnews.thaipbs.or.th/labour-ministry-hopes-find-jobs-100000-unemployed-graduates-3-months/

 
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What about the other 300,000+ unemployed? Don't they count?

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As long as those Uni kids keep thinking that they are too good to do manual labor, or work for places like Mcdonald's their will always be a labor shortage. 

 

Back home, a long time ago, I never felt "entitled" to anything. I actually was grateful to get a job in a convenience store in my early 20's.

 

These millenials truly are the TEFLON generation cos nothing sticks and that may be because of their TEFLON  coated value system, where "whatever, who cares..." are the make up of their mentality.

 

So, open up all the job sectors to foreigners and their will no longer be a labor shortage.

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I heard there's a shortage on the clickfarms and single gateway barracks.

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2 hours ago, webfact said:

The Labour Ministry has set a target to find jobs for about 100,000 unemployed graduates with a BA degree within three months.

Three months - why does it take so long?

Next week: How to knit fog.

 

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3 minutes ago, mikebell said:

Set them to work in any DIY superstore like Homepro or Thaiwatsadu.  They will feel at home joining the dozens who camp there daily, sometimes following me around for hours until I ask them a question about a product; then they trot out the easy  'no have' 'no service' line.

If there were 100,000 in just one store, I don't reckon it would look any different...

 

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2 hours ago, Damrongsak said:

" social science " ... SIGH.

Graduates in political science may apply for low interest loans to open noodle and som tam shops. On the upside the Labour Ministry promised there will be no shortage of educated motorbike taxi jockeys and hairdresser for the next 20 years.

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