When the job is shtte its not OK to blame it on people.
I'm not mixing anything up. You do realize that the fact that there are no good jobs for a lot of people is a direct consequence of choices these people made in their lives, right? I'm not saying all, but a lot.
jkb: You and your brown nosing. Do you really think that's the only way to get somewhere? Or by "putting an envelope onto somebody's desk"?
Not only but in Poland almost obligatory. Look at those who didn't like Kluska.
You do realize it's been over 10 years and we're in 2010's now? I also hope you do realize things change rapidly in a young democracy? When was the last time you actually lived in Poland? You sound like you have absolutely no knowledge of this country's current state of affairs. So either you've been living abroad for an extended amount of time or living under a rock for the past decade to say the least.
jkb: Well, then I'm glad I don't live in Poland anymore.
So what are you talking about?
I'm talking about my homeland. The country that I lived majority of my life in, that I moved out of relatively recently, but where I still conduct business and pay my taxes.
jkb: A "whatever it takes type"? I'm just a working man.
Selfish, and anti-social.
More like self-assured and realistic.
The universities are also to blame for opening endless new "directions" that offer a straight route to unemployment.
Don't blame the universities - they simply provide another service. Blame the people who willingly made a terrible choice of choosing a bad field of study. If you go to a store and buy something you know will be completely useless to you, are you gonna blame the store for offering it?
I don't think it's much of a secret anywhere in the world that someone graduating from a "useless" subject without work experience is heading straight to the unemployment office. I'm always amazed how Polish students take off at the slightest hint of a holiday, or how they return home to the village rather than spending weekends working and gaining experience.
Exactly. It seems that the current generation of graduates lacks the will for self-improvement and expects everything to be served to them on a silver platter.
I never needed to suck up or pay someone to get a job. Ironside's been gone from Poland for years, things have changed.
And neither did I. By making correct choices, I have the luxury of choosing my employers now. If I can, why can't others?