Youth from the ‘City of Dreams’ fear lack of Jobs: Survey

The survey reports 90% of Mumbaikars youth wants Job opportunities to increase.

May 08, 2014 11:13 IST | India Infoline News Service
A survey of 1000 people aged from 18 years to 35 years named ‘Dude Index’ by Indigo Nation, attempts to understand the attitude of the youth towards the nation. Most of India’s population being first time voters is joyful news for most political parties as the voter base has drastically increased. The voters’ being young and enthusiastic about change feels the time for new beginnings is here. The survey reports 90% of Mumbaikars youth wants Job opportunities to increase.
Mumbaikars showed their responsibility towards the country by a whopping 50% voter turnout. On questioning them about change; all of them had a ready answer: Job Opportunities. Mumbai popularly known as the city of dreams wants to become a hub of job security, with huge number of migrants in the city every day, the youth in Mumbai fear lack of jobs.

Rachna Aggarwal, CEO, Indus League quotes “The localities feel deprived of Jobs as they see a huge number of positions filled in by these migrators. Youth sees the government to be a bridge in bringing about change and secure employment opportunities for them to sustain and survive with the expenses in the city of Mumbai”.
Political parties such as Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and Bharatiya Janta Dal (BJP) have promised Job and Housing security in their respective manifestos’, high hopes are set by the new voters who have placed a great deal of trust on the new government. Now, the wait has begun, it is for us to see who wins and make this dream of the city come into reality.

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