Very soon, judges, prosecutors, lawyers, clerks, bailiffs, psychologists, psychiatrists, dietitians, pharmacists, doctors, police officers, and teachers will face tremendous difficulties in Turkey. The state will rapidly shrink itself, but at the same time, it will be able to expand its service rapidly. A smooth growth/development will be achieved with high savings, moral education, and technology. Courthouses, hospitals, and police stations will not have much to do. The country’s need for teachers, police, judges, prosecutors, and doctors will decrease quickly and extensively. I would recommend such people to switch to different sectors from now on. No one who is honest, does his job properly, has good intentions, and constantly improves himself will not be unemployed.
In the last period, people who graduated from the so-called private universities established on every corner and started to work in the public sector will be given exams and interviews that can never be confused with cheating. They will be dismissed without delay if they do not have sufficient merit in their field. No other government agency will be assigned. People and groups trying to profit from those so-called universities will already be tried and punished. We will significantly reduce the number of universities, and the value of university graduates will increase. It will be a Turkey where everyone does not have to be a university graduate but finds a job and gets along quickly. The number of high schools and the quality of education will be increased. Without losing any time, it will be ensured that we have high schools that provide the best maritime education and training in the world.
Mehmet Fahri Sertkaya | Akademi Dergisi