Thursday, October 14, 2010

Beggars can't be choosers.

Ha ha ha only two reasons??? Cannot be

How can that be, if I am poor and need to feed my family and myself can I be choosy or no self-discipline or complain that salary is too low?

Are these possible? definitely NO.

Beggars can't be choosers.

If they can choose then they are not beggars..................

ha ha ha ha ha .........

===============from the star============
Despite job opportunities, the poor being picky: Dr Subramaniam

KUALA LUMPUR: Many of the poor in the country have become choosy and refuse to accept certain job opportunities offered to them.
Human Resource Minister Datuk Dr S. Subramaniam said their attitude was preventing them from being gainfully employed, despite the availability of jobs in the country.
"Many do not appreciate the opportunity to work for a living," he said, adding that the ministry was looking for ways to change the mindset of this group.
He said recent figures showed that out of 242 jobs offered to the poor and hardcore poor identified under the e-Kasih database, only 32 people accepted the job offers.
"We can spend millions trying to help them but never achieve our goal unless they are willing to change their attitude," he said.
When asked, he suggested two reasons why they were not accepting the job offers or constantly job hopping.
"Either the wages are too low or they have no self-discipline," he said after receiving a mock cheque of RM7mil from Women, Family and Community Development Minister Datuk Seri Shahrizat Abdul Jalil for the implementation of the Azam Kerja project.
The sum had been allocated for the project under the National Key Result Areas (NKRAs), to lift poor and hardcore poor families identified under the e-Kasih system out of poverty by offering them job opportunities with wages ranging from RM450 to RM1,200 per month.
A total of 10,448 poor and hardcore poor people have been identified under the e-Kasih system.

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