Ghana's current population is estimated to be 30 million. These 30 million Ghanaians depend on the resources in the country for survival.
Among this population are students, workers, pensioners and unemployed persons.
The unemployment rate in the country is very high. Well in today's article, we are going to look at how this unemployment rate can be reduced by 20% by just enforcing the law.
In Ghana, whenever a person is 60 years, he or she must go on retirement except if the person is having a public service job such as President, Minsters, Mp and DCE.
Aside these, all workers in the public sector must retire at age 60. Well, this is where the 20% reduction of unemployment rate starts.
Some workers prefer to change their dates of birth whenever they are about to retire. Some do add five years, four or even more years to their age. This means they will not go on retirement on the required age. Well, this is so wrong. Graduates wants those at retirement to leave for them to also be employed. But since the law is being infringed upon, they go not get jobs since there is no labour turn over.
When this issue is resolved, it will reduce unemployment rate drastically.
Law enforcers must ensure this.
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