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Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat said on Sunday that lack of respect for labor is one of the main reasons for unemployment in the country.

Urging people to respect all kinds of work, Bhagwat asked them to stop running after jobs.

He said that no society in the world can create more than 30 percent employment.

He said in a program, "Whatever kind of work people do, it should be respected.

Lack of respect for labor is one of the major causes of unemployment in the society.

Whether work requires physical labor or intelligence, whether it requires hard work or 'soft' skills - all should be respected.

He said, “Everyone runs after the job.

Government jobs are only around 10 percent, while other jobs are around 20 percent.

No society in the world can generate more than 30 percent jobs. He said that the work which requires labor is still not respected.

He said that there are many farmers in the country who struggle to get married despite earning very good income from farming.

He said that the situation in the world is favorable for the country to become 'Vishwaguru'.

He said that there is no dearth of skills in the country, but we will not be like other countries after gaining prominence in the world.

He said that untouchability prevailing in the society was opposed by saints and eminent people like Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar.

Troubled by untouchability, Dr. Ambedkar left Hinduism but he did not convert to any other religion and chose the path shown by Gautam Buddha, the RSS chief said.

His teachings are deeply embedded in the thinking of India as well.

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