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Unployment Log in, article writing topics

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The unemployment rate in Indonesia is still quite high. The most recent data states, the unemployment rate reached 8.14% or 9, 26 million people of productive age. The Minister of Manpower and Transmigration Muhaimin Iskandar said the high number was caused by the imbalance between job seekers and productive employment (Jawa Pos / 29/11). The high unemployment rate, according to the Minister of Manpower and Transmigration, Muhaimin Iskandar due to the imbalance of job seekers and productive employment.

The data above shows that there are quite complex problems in this country. Namely the increased interest in work that is not balanced with the availability of employment. This complicated case can be examined from various dimensions. First, the social dimension. In this case, employment provided by the government has so far been limited to the bureaucratic-technocratic area. This is also supported by the slow process of bureaucratic rejuvenation. As a result, there is a simplicity of bureaucratic meaning as an exclusive elite (is). Imagological processes like this increasingly make the world of bureaucracy flooded with enthusiasts.

The above factors, if seen, are inherited from the prijaji pattern of Dutch heritage. Priyayi, in the context of the era at that time, occupies a position as part of the high class in inlander culture. As a result, many people of the nation who choose to fight to be priyayi compared to efforts to "liberate" themselves.

Second, the mental dimension. In this second case, the unemployment rate tends to increase from year to year, can be seen as far as the creativity and resilience of the community, especially in the productive age, in seeking business opportunities. On average, those who are in this productive age (post-high school and graduate), chasing jobs that promise stability. In fact, the job market and CPNS exams are always flooded with enthusiasts. In this mental dimension, work that is considered promising is work that "departs early in the morning and leaves late at night".

The unclear direction of education in the homeland has also clouded the future of the youth. Educational principles are only directed at the level of learning to know, which is not balanced with the concepts of learning to learn, learning to do, learning to be, and learning to live together.

As a result, in the context of Indonesian education, creative reasoning is obscured by passive reasoning. Likewise with the paradigm of job seekers who are more dominant than the paradigm of job creators. This can be seen from the mainstream of Indonesian education as a whole perpetuating the process of dehumanization and robotization of its alumni who are indeed designed to have special skills so that they are "ready for use" or "ready to train" to meet the needs of - bureaucracy and production machinery, even though in reality the intended target is not fulfilled. More than just special skills, what is actually needed is life skills. The core is independence, creative, resilient, and always learning new things.

Yes, more than just hunting for work, what actually deconstructed the first time was the paradigm of Indonesian people. That's right Bung Hatta said, the inlander mentality is the mentality of the coolies, not the mentality of the skipper. Mentality is more waiting and receiving than creating and giving.

Recipe Named Entrepreneurship

Seeing this reality, I agree with the idea of ​​Ciputra (Mr. Ci) who passionately proposed that the education world provide a portion of the entrepreneurship curriculum (entrepreneurship). As a businessman, he feels anxiety about the lack of job openers amid limited job opportunities.

Entrepreneurs come from the French "entreprende" which literally means to start, take initiatives and similar actions. Webster's dictionary then defines it as someone who organizes, manages, and takes risks from a business or company. Richard Cantillon, an Austrian economic physiocrat (1680-1734), defines entrepreneurs as self-employed people. Entrepreneurs here are identical to those who bear uncertainty or risk. Here, we see the narrowing of the meaning of the meaning of entrepreneur so that it is associated with economic activity (read: entrepreneurs). Borrowing Joseph Schumpeter's analysis, someone is called an entrepreneur if he is able to produce new products, new production methods, or new forms of organization.

However, the challenge of building an entrepreneurial spirit in the community still faces a steep road. This is related to several factors. Among other things, the concept of a free market adopted in such a way by the government, although it gives the effect of intense competition, on the other hand it actually devastates the creativity of the people who are struggling in the area of ​​entrepreneurship. This can be seen from the rush of imported products that will slowly rehabilitate local products.

Another factor is the lack of national model socialization in the field of entrepreneurship. The mass media creates an artificial reality in the form of the success of figures who gain popularity in an instant and get instant success. In fact, one of the main dogmas in entrepreneurship is hard work, trial and error, and fair competition.

Therefore, the establishment of entrepreneurship curriculum in the world of education in Indonesia is a conditio sine qua non (absolute requirement). Because, in this way the blockage in the world of work is melting again. We now need figures who creatively create jobs, and ultimately reduce the government's burden in reducing unemployment.

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