Oromay wrote:TPLFites are funny. What I do not understand in this video is that if you teach people in universities with huge bills to be paid by the people, it was supposed to mean the graduates would most probably serve the people with their profession. That is the return the country and the people can get from graduates. If they are employed in menial works such as in this video systematically, I wonder what was the reason of educating them in unrelated field for four years? You teach someone biology for four years and he is employed in a butcher shop? Why not offer them vocational training in the first place and save the money for other matters of interest to the people?
I thought double digit growth would mean at least........
The only positive thing here is that those graduates have it better than other graduates living in other parts of the country.
A job is a job, I admire these youth. There is always someone who is willing to do what some refuse to do. Like many here I am surprised Tgryans are willing to work, more than I'd like to make fun of the double digit lie Meles and his financial advisers are spewing. Because most of us are trained to have rather unflattering perception over Tgryans. People who work for living are decent people, and deserve all the positive things life has to offer. People who are not willing to work because they think it shows them doing a "degrading" position do not deserve all the positive things life has to offer. Personally, I have done every type of work there is, the only work I did not do is farm work, and someday I plan to try it and appreciate what people do for me to eat it on the table. I have tremendous respect to people who do an honest day of work and earn their living, by the same token I have no respect to people who prefer to take risky endeavor for the unknown. Risk takers may win one in every ten times they try, but hard workers win nine out of ten times. Unfortunately, narrow minded people tend to value those that do very little for greater reward. When it comes to whose work is more important, the garbage pickers and processors have my vote, you will only know that when garbage pickers go on strike and society's refuse is littered on the streets.