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This is a blog that I wrote for some other website ( around two years ago. 

24-01-2010  |  PAWAN GARG
These days they come in plenty. They are just awaiting the best perspective employer who could put them to best utilization. They come with only condition that if they are misused, overused, inappropriately used, or are left unused they will not only leave the employer without any prior notice, but they may also inflict damage or harm to the employer. However, it is said about them by the experts and those who are running job stations successfully that they are the best job seekers and will prove to be the best employees once given a chance.  According to the experts and promoters, these job seekers have many attractions. First and foremost is that these job seekers come free of cost. The employer does not have to pay even a single penny, set aside the CTC [cost to company] and remuneration. Second, major attraction is their 24-hour availability. They are just like slaves; those who were employed by the ancient and medieval kings and emperors in their and their distinguished families’ services. Thus, one can call them on at anytime in day or night and enjoy their free-of-cost services. 

Another major attraction of these job seekers is that they are open to relocation or can travel across the nations and the continents. Also as they have no caste or religion or any other type of bondage whatsoever, they become best, simply the best, among all types of the job seekers in the entire world. They also do not have adaptability problems as the employer can put them to any language, grammar, usage and style. They are free of tone, colour, size, arrangement, positioning in the team or arrangement as there can be parked many cars in a multistory car parking. Rather, it should be fine to say that they form and make the languages. Yes these days, there is no shortage of such fantabulous job seekers.  With all such attractions, and that too without any remuneration, there still remains a huge reward for the employers. They can earn immense amounts of money, rewards, accolades, honours, and prizes such as the Nobel prizes by suitably employing these job seekers. Do you know who these job seekers are? These are words. And the employers are we the people such as authors, editors, speakers and the general users. Just the exact judiciousness is required while using the words.


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