Monday, April 30, 2012

South Korean Youths Look Abroad for Jobs

It kind of blows right now to be young and looking for a job in most places in the world right now.  But South Korea has to have some of the most educated, trained, degree holding, and accredited youth in the world.  And there simply are not enough jobs to match their skill sets and career ambitions.

Al Jazzera English ran a newsclip this week.



Step 1 to saving money for young people... stop paying 5,000 won for a cup of gourmet, corporate coffee...

4 comments:

gwern said...

Are you seriously expecting her to act like a poor person on international television? Might as well complain about wearing nice clothes and makeup for her interview...

Wes Broe said...

I was making a joke. It is just my nature. My sympathy goes out to the youth of Korea (and the world). I am lucky to have this job in Korea, but I still belong to a lost generation due to the economic recession.

With that said... in general... people need to stop spending $15-20 a week on starbucks style coffee.

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