This is factual but sad commentary on our present education and training system and institutions. We need urgently a system of vocation education which is both competitive and make friendly. About 80 percent of educational institutions are under the government. Our schools and technical institutes do not equip the students properly to suit the market demands. The circular is outdated and sometimes even irrelevant. In this age of globalization, we need fundamental structural changes in our entire education system for improving the unemployment problem. In the final conclusion, education for its own sake it not desirable. It should be for employment and earning. As such, higher education in many cases is simply a waste valuable resource which a developing country like Pakistan can hardly afford. The indiscriminate expansion of education at college and higher levels should be discouraged. It is important that more attention should be given to elementary and secondary education. In short, we can say that the problem of unemployment in Pakistan can only be reduced if Pakistani government take proper measures.
BTS is committed to recruiting students who may present with factors which could prove challenging for his/her transition to and completion of college. Risk factors considered include: First generation college student, Qualify for free or reduced lunch, English as a second language, Single parent home, Foster child, Unemployment of parent/guardian, Known disability, Undocumented Florida residency status (non-FL resident), etc. Other factors that are considered include participation in pre-collegiate programs such as AVID, Elevate, and McKnight Achievers; community service and extra-curricular activities; as well as personal characteristics such as perseverance, communication skills, self-motivation and commitment to educational success.
According to Thomas (2004), Malaysia is heavily depending on foreign trades, the nation's exports account contributes large proportion of GDP, and manufactured goods are one of the main exports of Malaysia. As Malaysia is dependent on generating revenue through exports, many problems would occur if the exporting sector fails. Mainly, it will cause a major unemployment issue that would cause many of its people to suffer economic downfall. This is because manufacturing factories fail to sell and export their products, causing them to face financial problem. Therefore, it would result in the closing down of the factory, thus, the unemployment rate rises.