A unionist legislator challenged the Financial Secretary yesterday to take a first-hand look at the plight of the jobless. Chan Yuen-han, of the pro-Beijing Federation of Trade Unions, queried Donald Tsang Yam-kuen's optimism that the mainland's joining the World Trade Organisation would bring jobs. She challenged Mr Tsang to join her to see how those living in public housing estates felt and to listen to their views. 'There are one million low-skilled workers with little education. If there are no measures to help them to better equip themselves for jobs, I am worried that you will say in a few years' time that too much has to be spent on Comprehensive Social Security Assistance,' she said. Speaking at a Legco briefing on his fifth Budget, Mr Tsang recounted the days shortly after he graduated from Wah Yan College. 'If you ask a parent what will happen to their son upon graduation, he or she is likely to panic. It's not that simple,' he said, adding there were good times and bad times in securing jobs. He said unemployment was a key issue the Government had to tackle. Mr Tsang said he was willing to find time after members voted for the Appropriation Bill to join Ms Chan to meet youngsters.