Youth unemployment is a result of poor government measures


The Republic Commission for Economy of UMS of VMRO-DPMNE organized a debate on Tuesday with member of the EC of VMRO-DPMNE Gordana Dimitrieska-Kochoska, who referred to the current economic situation in the Republic of Macedonia, as well as the bad government policies that not only do not help this situation, but further hinders.

Dimitrieska-Kochoska emphasized that the Government definitely does not know in which direction the country is moving, i.e. that the figures show that the country is facing an economic crisis that will surely be reflected in the next few months. She added that instead of managing the Macedonian economy in order to stabilize the situation, the government manipulated several measures and packages, which silenced the citizens for some time.

The government not only did not deliver the promised and expected results in terms of the economy, it further plunged the country into an economic abyss, because instead of responsible, it had wasteful operations. We all remember those days when children needed a laptop and a tablet to be able to attend classes from home. Unfortunately, that measure was populist, because it covered only a small number of students who needed a device, while a large number of children across the country were left at home without a device that would allow them to attend classes. That is one of the bad and ineffective measures of the Government, says Kochoska-Dimitrieska.

“Young people in the Republic of Macedonia do not have real conditions for practical work after finishing their education. This contributes to the lack of experience for the job that the young person wants to get as a place where he/she will apply his/her skills, and the fact is that most private companies are looking for workers with some experience. Such a situation is sad and devastating, because young people should be the driving force of any society, but in our country, unfortunately this is not the case due to bad government policies and lack of chance for progress,” concluded Dimitrieska Kocoska.

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