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Pakistan Is The Land Of Oppertunities

633 words - 3 pages

Now a days unemployment level is rising day by day in our country and due to the increase in unemployment a large number of people are facing financial crisis.

The situation is going worst day by day and the Government is still quiet and not solving this terrible situation. Our brilliant beaurocrates and policy makers are not planing to solve this aggressive situation.

Due to load shedding, industrie's performance is going worst day by day. Workers are in dispute with management about their pays .In short, Government does not doing any thing for a common man whether they came into the power just because of the common man.

It doesn’t mean that Pakistan donot has opportunities for employment, although a great number of our youth have a pessimistic approach. they think that if they have a master degree now job will come at their door step but I think, they ...view middle of the document...

the one who get M.A degree, during his study duration completely depends upon their parents support and finally at the end of the day he can not find his job.He/She thinks that the opportuinties will come on their door step without doing nothing.

On the other hand Europe is a dominant state why?? Because their people's belief and self reliance is very strong, they really do work hard along their study period and fulfill their expenditure themselves. But in our country worthless approach oriented people do nothing they only say that Pakistan is not capable for solving our problems we must go abroad ,everything will be alright there. When they reached their, they become workhorses and do work day and night with devotion but in a return get cheap amount.

Yes, Pakistan the land of opportunities.As we know Pakistan is underdeveloped country and we know that underdeveloped countries have more opportunities rather than developed countries because these countries are at initial stage of development and opportunities arises day by day. All investors prefer to invest in underdeveloped countries.

But our young stars use to say that great investment is require for introducing them selves in any type of profession but it is real fact that all shining people have emerged through hard work and courage. We are always ready to get visa for 8 to 10 lac, for Europe but we never try to invest in business in our country.

We feel proud when we tell people that our beloved son is living in abroad whether, we have to sold our whole property for sending him abroad only for getting ordinary jobs in hotels or restaurant. But we feel embracement if we do the same job in Pakistan. we get the same earning as they pay us. We can also start our own business in Pakistan instead of going abroad for ordinary jobs. We must change our mind set and I believe we can create revolutionary change in the country but for this we have to depend on ourselves. So that we can emerge on the map of the world as an independent state.

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