A few weeks ago Nobel Prize recipient Muhammad Yunus was in Brussels. He accepted to sit down with #EusprYng to speak about youth unemployment in Europe and how the whole concept of “wanting to get a job” is wrong. According to the PhD in economy and father of microcredit, human beings and young ones in particular are creative and full of potential. A potential they/we should not waste on taking orders from someone else. On the contrary each and every one of us should come up with a business idea and then try to make it happen with the support of the society we live in. But see that is the tricky part, because if Pr Yunus could set up a structure that can help young people make their business idea true, in Bangladesh, unfortunately in Europe it is very difficult, not to say practically impossible for a youngster to get funds from a public institution not to say a bank to launch its own business. But I believe the Professor has a point. Why should we all be job seekers when we, or at least some of us, could be jobs creators? Why should we “settle” for helping a big (or medium company) get where it needs when we could apply our talents to create and grow something we believe in. Obviously not everybody wants to be his/her own boss or even be in charge of other people means of living. But since #EusprYng started he is the only one who stated such an idea and I believe it’s worth thinking about!