Unemployment has nothing to do with revolutionary activities. Most people join the revolutionary movements when they are young school or college students (the average age of the revolutionaries is between fourteen and twenty years). They come from well-to-do middle class homes, and many belong to the wealthy class. So there is no problem of livelihood for these revolutionaries. Those who face problems of livelihood have no time for revolutionary activities—they are busy looking for jobs or the means to start a small business.