Unemployment is no doubt one of the biggest problems in India. It has now become very common to bump into vendors or auto drivers who hold a proper degree but could not find employment in their field of study and took whatever work they got.

Although, we believe that no work is small or less but we work so hard to study and get a degree, and it hurts when we are not able to achieve what we always wanted to.


Recently, a post went viral on Facebook, which revealed the dark side of unemployment in India. Well, a teenager from Kolkata named Shouvik Dutta took to his facebook account and posted a hard-hitting post on facebook where he talked about a delivery boy from Zomato who was too qualified to be doing that job.


Well, he got to know about the education qualities of the delivery guy from the app itself, well if you aren’t aware then we can actually know the basic details of the delivery guy. Taking to his facebook, he wrote :

“Probably the only time i regret ordering food from Zomato
It was one of those usual checkouts ordering food,when i was taken a back after i was updated the details of my delivery agent.

Meraj the same said,and below it was written POST GRADUATE IN COMMERCE
Soon a call came,sir i have arrived,
gathering myself went to the front door to pick my food,as i noticed the man standing there with a wide smile on his face,he handed me the parcel 
Then happened the most embarrassing moment of my life
With folded hands he said in a shaky voice-“Sir,ektu rating ta diea deben”
We had a quick chat were i got to know he was an M.Com graduate from Calcutta University and also done PGDM in Finance or Investment banking something similar
What have we done to this country,What have we done to this state where a Master’s Graduate delivers food to the regular Undergraduate Teenager
What message does it send:)
This country needs to change
This State needs to change 
Jobs need to be created,we are living through difficult times
This country needs to change.”


Here, have a look at the hard-hitting post :

Probably the only time i regret ordering food from ZomatoIt was one of those usual checkouts ordering food,when i was…

Shouvik Dutta ಅವರಿಂದ ಈ ದಿನದಂದು ಪೋಸ್ಟ್ ಮಾಡಲಾಗಿದೆ ಬುಧವಾರ, ಫೆಬ್ರವರಿ 6, 2019

Recently, a report came out which revealed that the unemployment rate in India was at a 45-year-high of 6.1% in 2017-’18. The report also showed that the unemployment rate among the youth was at a higher level compared to the previous years.

Well, we really wish that the government do something about the problem of unemployment in this country.

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