When you’re bored, get a job – this is how we got rich
The author of the bestseller What I Learned From a Hard Day’s Work has been asked to do more than any other writer to highlight the plight of the under-employed in India.
A lot of India’s under-educated people, like myself, have no access to the kind of jobs that would help them.
That is, the jobs that pay well enough to live, that offer security, health, education, and a decent life.
And it’s because the job market is so bleak that many of us are left unemployed, often without even a job to begin with.
Hiawathas, as the term is widely used, are not just the men who have been left behind.
They are also the people who have found work in the private sector or the government sector, often in places like the private schools that cater to students from rural areas.
But their dreams of a decent future are never fulfilled.
The story of how this has happened is a story of a failure of the Indian economy.
There has been an enormous increase in demand for skills and skillsets over the last five years, but it’s largely been for the lower-paid, less skilled, less educated, and lower-income sectors.
And the demand has been largely for the services sector, and the job that provides that is not very lucrative.
In a country of more than seven billion people, that’s not a lot of opportunity for people to make a decent living.
But it is the job of a professional to earn a living in this sector.
And the jobs are not very profitable either.
The government is working hard to bring down unemployment and poverty, and there is an ambitious plan to bring India into the top five countries in the world when it comes to employment.
But even with all that, it’s difficult to get a good job for less than Rs2,000 per month.
The government is trying to address the problem by providing jobs in the public sector and by creating jobs in government-run schemes.
In the last two years, the government has set up an employment guarantee scheme to give a small number of people a wage of Rs2 per day, or less than a third of what they earn in the informal sector.
The scheme has seen some success.
But there is a huge need for a new type of job for these people.
India has the third largest private sector workforce in the OECD, and it’s the largest private employer in the entire world, after China and the US.
Yet the private employment sector in India is only about 25 percent of the total, and barely 1 percent of its total employment.
This means that nearly 40 percent of Indian men, women, and children are still working in the sector.
A growing number of India-based companies have begun offering low-paying jobs in a new market.
These companies pay less than the government wage and they have to rely on a lot less training and mentoring than in the formal sector.
The problem with these low-wage jobs is that they are poorly paid and they can be very dangerous.
One of the most dangerous kinds of low-paid jobs is one in which the workers get to choose the job they want.
You can earn a lot more money in a job that is very good and offers decent health benefits, but you might lose your job in a low-cost, low-skill, poorly-trained, and poorly-paid one.
This is a big problem in India and the Indian government has a lot to do to make sure that the private workforce is protected from low-pay jobs.
But India’s problems are not unique.
The problems with the private economyIn the US, there are over 50 million low-skilled jobs in which workers can choose to work, earning more money than the minimum wage, and working long hours.
In India, there is no such protection for low-earning jobs.
Even as the Indian Government has started to tackle the problem, the private-sector jobs sector is still struggling.
And in many cases, the job is the equivalent of the low-level work that most people have in India, such as cooking, cleaning, cleaning houses, and laundry.
So far, the Government of India has not done much to help low-income people, and even the most well-intentioned Indian government officials still find it hard to understand the plight.
The first major initiative was the National Employment Guarantee Act, 2013, which was introduced to give people who were working on a fixed-term basis a fixed amount of money to work.
The plan was supposed to cover the basic needs of the poor, but in practice it has failed to do so.
This is a problem because the money that was supposed for the basic necessities of the working poor, which includes food, water, and clothing, has not been distributed.
And since India has the world’s largest private- sector workforce,