Majority unhappy over government efforts

Ppi April 30, 2010

ISLAMABAD: Majority of all Pakistanis (83%) say they are not happy with the governments efforts to increase employment opportunities and help people find good quality jobs.

Whereas 16% claim they believe the government is doing enough to increase job prospects and 1% of the respondents gave no response, says a Gilani Research Foundation survey carried out by Gallup Pakistan.

A nationally representative sample of men and women from across the country were asked oDo you think that the Pakistani government is making enough efforts to increase the number and quality of jobs available to the public? Sixteen percent (16%) said yes while 83% said that in their opinion the government is not making enough efforts to increase number and quality of jobs. The remaining 1% of the respondents gave no response.

The findings of the survey reveal no significant difference in opinion of people from across various demographics, except that a slightly higher percentage of urbanites (20%) as compared to ruralites (13%) appear to be dissatisfied with the governmentsI efforts to increase job opportunities.


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