Looking for a perfect job?
Bangladesh is a third world country. It’s a small country with a large population. There are lots of young unemployed fresh graduates in this country who are looking for a perfect job. But, what is the definition of a perfect job? Is there any perfect job with full satisfaction? What is your thought in this regard?
Let’s look upon the present scenario of Bangladesh. Here we know that – BCS cadres, government jobs, industrialists, top class private company jobs, teaching etc are the desired jobs for most of the fresh graduates. But, what do the job holders say about their own positions? Are they satisfied?
I have met lots of people serving in different positions. In this country, those who have a permanent job think that it’s painful to work like this, it’s boring to go to same place every single day. And they are constantly trying to upgrade their positions. On the other hand, those who do not have a job say that, they are in trouble without a job, they can not support their family. Here, BCS admin cadres are saying that the salary is higher in private company jobs. And the job holders in a private company say that BCS admin cadres have so much power in their hands! Those who are serving in an industry say that, the teaching profession is better, more money with less work. But the teachers are thinking, why didn’t they enter the industry at the beginning of the career? They would have get paid a lot by now!
Well, what’s about them who are staying abroad? He who is abroad is saying, “I could have lived comfortably with a government job in the country, Why have I come abroad?” And he who is In this country thinks that, “My friends are having fun abroad, and I’m suffering in this poor country!”
What a sweet situation! Still looking for a perfect job? In which profession does the satisfaction belong to? Who is really happy here?
Infact, there is nothing called a ‘perfect’ job. If you get something, you also lose something simultaneously. One has to go for his passion, has to find out his own satisfaction and his own comfort zone. Once you feel comfortable with what you do, that should be counted as a perfect job for you. Best wishes!
T. Mahmud Ornab
Student, Department of English