Post Mortem

Concerning children’s growth in straining economy

By Nagaland Post | Publish Date: 2/18/2020 12:53:19 PM IST

 Children today are facing taxing routine for selecting a distinguished route to hone their aptitude in work environments where they can generate increasing output without necessarily fitting in areas that are not instinctually inclined to their modem of nurtured epistemology or call it work skills, power ideas that have specified consumer gravity with or no effects, innovative and synergized down to earth capital maximizing ideas and subsistence prerequisites. Their challenges to find scope are further aggravated when system policies are centred in full conventional settings rather than moderating a new equations that has less circuit to only maximize big corps and ground singled capitalists, and are a product of unregulated socioeconomic mechanism. Behaviourial economists and evolutionary psychologists have demonstrated that most human decision are based on emotional reactions and heuristic shortcuts rather than on rational analysis, and that while emotions and heuristic perhaps may have been suitable for dealing with life in Stone Age, they are woefully inadequate in the Silicon Age. 

The problems the children face today are there to stay for a complicated and self straining economic and sociopolicy tension. That this nature may appear more or less undetected and complacently underwhelmed, out of boundaries that are perceived to correct near tangible knots of output degeneration and market value loses, the risk has high devaluation of market and consumer returns that affects in large loss of production. In an era of increasing technology and artificial intelligence interlinking commercializing fiscal management, the growth sector demand new interactive rules set of engagement that are pragmatic and less bound to recursive educational and sociological foundering. One positive outlook is in embracing the linkages are predominant to the diversity of facets resources and pit walking the output from erstwhile or continuing conventional background environment to new applicable sources of developmental fairly assets and key demographics.

At the peak of the crisis period in 2009, the global youth unemployment rate saw its largest annual increase on record, rising from 11.8 per cent to 12.7 per cent between 2008 and 2009 – an unprecedented increase of 4.5 million unemployed youth worldwide.

The average increase of the pre-crisis period (1997-2007) was less than 100,000 persons per year. The report says the absolute number of unemployed youth fell slightly since its peak in 2009 – from 75.8 million to 75.1 million in late 2010, a drop of 12.7 per cent – in 2011, 12.6 per cent.

Growth is essential and children incorporation economy is a sector for a good start towards all stability and sustainable path. Our focus essentially may not be towards capitalizing a healthy economic lines to equipped the future of our children from different backgrounds and customary, generations and access to quality educational reforms, a little zest in the policy institutions with regularized wheil programs can lead onwards a steady job distribution and placement, ensuring subsistence and happiness for tomorrow’s generation. 

It is only until now we are realizing the population index and resource scarcity can harm our own future if the power-that-be shows lack of specific concerns, the generation ahead need to adapt from more susceptible conditions that are showing worrying signs of emerging. 

Kevi Naga

Dimapur Town

 

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