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Unemployment essay

Unemployment essays – statistical data enhances quality

When you are asked to write an unemployment essay the first thing that should come to your mind is the necessity to include relevant data. Today, nobody is interested in interested in listening to any kind of philosophic ranting about the problem of unemployment. Instead, everyone seems to be looking for facts, figures and suggestions that could help deal with the problem. Therefore, it is important that your essays deal with the presentation of workable ideas that can be made available to various sections of society. Though you might feel that your essay is not all that important, it is still necessary to write a good and informative one. Use one of the following topics or call us for more.

  1. Unemployment and the larger economic issue. Most economists and public administrators will tell you that in many countries where unemployment figures are depicted as being incredibly high, there is a larger problem to be looked at. Have we given un-employability a moment’s consideration? How many people can really be recruited for a particular job? Even when they do have the necessary qualifications on paper, are they still capable of undertaking a particular job? This is the larger question that you could address in your unemployment essays.
  2. Unemployment – is there a one-size-suits-all solution? Certainly not; if you are called upon to give your views on this topic, don’t you think that you would come up with some answers that are not just revolutionary, but innovative as well? Then, make a list of the factors that impact this universal problem. Talk about the situations in various countries and how this is one of the main factors. There are so many issues that you need to consider – sociological, political, cultural and economic. Make an outline of the points that you would like to include in your essay so that you don’t leave anything out. Once you have the outline in hand, it becomes a lot easier to cope with the whole idea of writing an essay well.
  3. The link between education and unemployment. Who would want to give a person a job if he or she is not educationally qualified? Well, the counter to this would be – is the education requirement the only one we are concerned about; what about a person’s experience? So now, there are two things to worry about. Your unemployment essay should focus on the necessity of education and also go a step further to reiterate that experience is equally important. A potent combination of both these factors is sure to take you towards your dream job. Of course, it is not possible to take get experience at the very beginning of your career. If you are a fresher, you need to start working somewhere first. So, put all this down in your essay and look at the issue of unemployment in as objective a way as possible.

It would not be right for you to think that all unemployment essays are boring to write. Take your time to collect facts; call us when you are stuck and we can pull you out!


One Response to “Unemployment essay”

  1. Colin Hall   Says:

    April 23rd, 2011 at 6:48 am

    Hi, I would also add another topic to your list and that would be on the legality of judgement of ones right to health related unemployment benefits. With so many million adults in the UK reliant upon benefits to live, I would question the legality of any government judging the validity of any un-ememployed persons ability to work upon health grounds. My logic is based upon the individuals right to mass peaceful protest and the fact that any government might see participating in this activity may signal that an incapacity benefit claimant would be able to work if they are able to protest.

    By signaling that an individual may lose their financial support if they actively campaign against the same organisation that controls their livelyhood, the government is using scare tactics to control the behaviour of a group of people who have reason to protest more than other groups in the UK.

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