NEARLY two-thirds of young people believe it is hard to get a job, a poll revealed yesterday. The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups, which commissioned the survey, said more than a quarter of the 603 respondents were worried they would be made jobless in the coming 12 months. More than three-quarters were not satisfied with the Government's policies to curb unemployment. And almost 20 per cent believed the labour importation policy had led to fewer job opportunities. Meanwhile, the majority of those who expressed difficulties in getting a job also blamed Hong Kong's bad economic situation.