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Author Topic: Reasons for unemployment???  (Read 2027 times)
Mack15
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« on: November 17, 2012, 07:54:23 »

Unemployment can be caused for various reasons. For starters, in Canada, the price for post secondary school have been increasing; keeping some students from even having the opportunity to attend. Although OSAP, grants, loans and bursaries can help the student, its not always enough. OSAP especially can be difficult in some families to pay back.
Another factor, especially for the generation of students just starting post secondary education now, is that there is a lack of of availability out there once we are to finish school. This generation is large, as once the baby boom generation. Although yes, many of them will begin to retire it is the older students in our generation that will reap the benefits.
Together, being uneducated or not, it will be tough for some people to find a job which will just increase the unemployment rate. Laziness isn't JUST the factor. Many jobs require post secondary school now. With the prices as their raising, not all will be ale to receive it.
HOWEVER, to all those out there believing its just due to lack of work ethic, laziness, or irresponsibility - its not always. Although those factors can play a factor, although often times MINIMAL. Its hard for some to pick up a new job, after being unemployed for awhile and uneducated.
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« Reply #1 on: November 17, 2012, 08:01:41 »

 Hello Mack although I do agree with this. I'm just curious, why would you post this on a Astral Projection forum, especially as one of your first posts on this site?
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« Reply #2 on: November 17, 2012, 09:11:15 »

Sorry but i don't know what is the best place for this topic.
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« Reply #3 on: November 17, 2012, 18:02:52 »

 I removed your other post because it came across like Spam. You can share your ideas here, but you can not advertise your companies services.
 Thank You!  smiley
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« Reply #4 on: December 01, 2012, 15:31:16 »

Well young friend, I live in Ontario and the young people in my life have no problem paying for school and a car. They are brought up with a dogged work ethic and the notion that nothing is free or easy if it is worth having at all. A sense of entitlement is greatly discouraged. Some take years with schooling while still working. And I'm talking about hard work. Construction. Concrete. It comes down to perception. You look around and see unemployment. These kids look around and see opportunity. Then, they make their own opportunities. Forget student loans. Get out there and put your shoulder to the wheel. Make something happen for yourself. Quit relying on others to solve your problems. Now get out there. Now. Today.
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« Reply #5 on: December 01, 2012, 18:08:24 »

A few years ago was really bad. Talk about someone with a college degree competing against someone with a masters for Walmart. Then they would choose the high schooler because the rest of us were too "educated".

Just an example. There have been times where the job market has been TERRIBLE. But it's getting better, slowly. (I say that as if it couldn't have gotten worse).

Sometimes you can have worlds of education and the desire for opportunity. But if there are no jobs, there are no jobs. And companies are going to hire people that are to their advantage. Just fact.

That doesn't excuse people being lazy or using it as an excuse to avoid a job. I've been working a crap job for 2 years, but I'm still doing it. But goodness, my student loans certainly don't care if I have a job or not. Smiley I just have to hope that my education will help me in the long run... I'm sure it will. But it will take time.

Sorry, I get kind of fired up over this topic.
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« Reply #6 on: December 01, 2012, 18:12:46 »

 The OP here works for a Loan company and this message was his new kind of spam. We removed his other posts, but left this one on for further discussion.
 
I just thought I would give you guys a "heads up" on this. Any questions or reply aimed at him will most likely not be answered. He has not been banned though, just warned.
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« Reply #7 on: December 07, 2012, 04:39:55 »

hey well im not gonna lie thats not a bad thats a nice segway into a job ad, kinda got me fired up there

i think the world economy is different because the US is in Dept
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« Reply #8 on: December 07, 2012, 07:13:26 »

The whole world is in debt. It's all ran by two major banks. These are keeping everyone in debt.

America's wealth is gauged by its gold reserve... and it simply hasn't got the gold to match its debt. The first country back in the 90s to ask for its money back (that the US owed it) was Iraq. They asked for the gold though... not the cash, which can just be printed and isn't worth the cotton it's printed on. Of course... this was remedied by going to war with the country. The same happened with Germany during the 70s... they learned not to ask because the US threatened to put an embargo on all imports and exports. This is what happens when those wanting their money back ask for the gold... which is the 'real' currency.

Lionheart... can you elaborate? I apologise if I;m talking BS. This is off the cuff and it's what I can remember reading a while back.
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« Reply #9 on: December 07, 2012, 07:41:45 »

The whole world is in debt. It's all ran by two major banks. These are keeping everyone in debt.

America's wealth is gauged by its gold reserve... and it simply hasn't got the gold to match its debt. The first country back in the 90s to ask for its money back (that the US owed it) was Iraq. They asked for the gold though... not the cash, which can just be printed and isn't worth the cotton it's printed on. Of course... this was remedied by going to war with the country. The same happened with Germany during the 70s... they learned not to ask because the US threatened to put an embargo on all imports and exports. This is what happens when those wanting their money back ask for the gold... which is the 'real' currency.

Lionheart... can you elaborate? I apologise if I;m talking BS. This is off the cuff and it's what I can remember reading a while back.
Elaborate?
You are doing a great job here yourself my friend!  wink

 I just wanted everyone to know that Mack most likely isn't going to answer any questions or even add anything except maybe more Spam to this forum and immediate post.
 
 If you guys wish to keep up the conversation. Carry On! We shall not get in your way!  smiley
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« Reply #10 on: December 07, 2012, 10:11:06 »

I'm going to find out where I dug that info from. It was recent.
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« Reply #11 on: December 07, 2012, 16:55:25 »

gold... which is the 'real' currency.
yes it is bedeekin yes it is, im just waiting for u to go on another rant lol atleast u give sources unlike most of us
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« Reply #12 on: December 07, 2012, 18:03:57 »

I'm going to find out where I dug that info from. It was recent.
Ok, now I understand what you meant about "Elaborate". I gave you this info and I received it myself from a interview I watched with Michael Tellinger, whom is at this moment in Africa taking on the money found from the Diamond Trade. He always wondered "who runs this world" and has always believed in "following the money" to find his answers. That trail brought him to South Africa. Here's his site and a couple of his videos.
 A really good video interview can be found half way down the page, it's named "Michaels interview with Foster Gamble".
http://www.michaeltellinger.com/
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« Reply #13 on: December 07, 2012, 19:50:02 »

yes it is bedeekin yes it is, im just waiting for u to go on another rant lol atleast u give sources unlike most of us

lol... damn... do I rant? crap!

Ok, now I understand what you meant about "Elaborate". I gave you this info and I received it myself from a interview I watched with Michael Tellinger, whom is at this moment in Africa taking on the money found from the Diamond Trade. He always wondered "who runs this world" and has always believed in "following the money" to find his answers. That trail brought him to South Africa. Here's his site and a couple of his videos.
 A really good video interview can be found half way down the page, it's named "Michaels interview with Foster Gamble".
http://www.michaeltellinger.com/

I thought you did... or you pointed me in the right direction.
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