Getting up early morning, you rush toward the table where exquisite food lays ahead of you and you want to spend a little more time on the dining table. Unfortunately, you can’t because the risk is huge. Quickly devouring your breakfast, you head toward the car. Try as much as possible to avoid the traffic turmoil or else the risk is huge. Be well dressed and the personality should burnish from a mile. Rush for the elevators or if possibly getting too late, go for the stairs.
Gasping for breath, you reach the place where you want to be and there lies a world filled with friends, strangers, foes, and many others who you might never have wanted to meet but have come at a phase where you have to meet them. Now what can such a place be? Taking a wild guess, I bet you know by now that all this rush is for reaching the office on time or coming to university in time to attend class. So whether you are at work or university, you will have to face this fifty-two weeks and all your life.
Now imagine you have been doing this for supposedly ten years in your corporate world and one fine morning when the cycle is running, you have a letter beautifully put in the envelope with your disaster lying inside it. That letter is informing you that you are being laid off. The room will start spinning around you now and for a moment you feel that you are standing at the same point from where your ten years of hardship was about to stand. Depression fills in all over and you just feel agitated with all this invading your personal life also. Is this type of aftermath what you have been struggling for? Is this the result of all the sacrifices that you and your parents did for you? How do I start over? Where do I ask for help? This that, this that.
Well, let’s face the harsh reality. We are corporate slaves, especially now in this financial crisis. We know the reasons why so many jobs are being laid off, but what about the people sacked? Where are they going now? Is the migration rate going to increase all over the world? Where is our job security?
I am also wondering about a solution for this problem. I hope the day I find the answer, I might scream my lungs out.