posted on Sep, 12 2012 @ 11:47 AM
On the average in this current economic climate, there is at least an estimated 15% of unemployed youths between 18 to 25 who have difficulty in
landing jobs and living life.
If world leaders continue to bailout the rich and allow the rich to hoard their monies, it will only get worse, thus solutions are needed.
While 85% are gainfully employed, that 15% may have personal issues such as lack of skills or qualifications, or interpersonal issues for normal work.
They CANNOT be left behind, more so in our current climate. They are only our fellow humans.
Today, we had seen how successful the UK Olympics had been, and how hopeful and inspiring those olympians were.
It can be translated upon our many unemployed youths, by giving them the opportunity to try out in funded sporting endeavours for the Olympics. There
are MANY events and incredible yet to be discovered talents.
What one lacks in talent can be overcomed by burning passion.
Govts only need to hire talent scouts as managers to search out from organised sessions of events, to select a few for each olympic event, rugby
international, football worldcup, tennis grand slam, archery meets, etc, etc.
That few in each event would translates into thousands or millions citizens so long as there is funding, to help as many as we can, keep them in
training for the next olympic for results to bring pride and inspiration to the nation.
But where would the funding come from when govts are equally cash strapped and in austerity mode?
Corporations, sitting upon hoarded trillions is one solution as responsible corporate sponsors in return for advertising rights. Another is US style
marketing hype to attract paying game supporters and TV/internet media. All work and no play makes a human bored. Weekend Games can be a crowd puller
if intelligently worked out for the normal working folks.
This concept is not much for USA, as there is already such programmes which can be further improved upon. It is more for African and middle eastern
nations to embark upon, to direct their youth's talents to more creative energies which gives them personal and national pride and more critically -
a life worth living just as others have.
When they retire, with their fitness, mental strength and fame on the national level if not international ones, they would have no problems landing
jobs or help others land jobs later in life.
I am sure there are many more whom are far more intelligent than me with better ideas. It's time to work on solutions. Wars and culling are not the