Imagine you have just graduate and are now looking for a job. You send letters and emails to related essay on computer and unemployment and even go to nearby company for walk in interview.
Unfortunately, no respond from the letters and emails u sent. And every walk in interview failed. Now you are sitting on your chair and thinking, why I cannot get a job? How am I going to live? Am I going to rely on my parents again?
Unemployment is a situation when a person who is actively searching for employment is unable to find work. According to the Department of Statistic, until September 2014, overall unemployment rate in Malaysia is 2. The department also reported that the unemployment rate for local graduates amounted 47,913 in 2008, a rise to 60,000 in 2009 and the New Straits Times dated 17th March 2013 reported the unemployment rate was 65,500 in 2010. The institute’s report comes a day after a research body warned graduate unemployment could hit record levels as a result of planned public spending cuts.