Unemployment In India Essays and Term Papers

  • Unemployment in India

    Unemployment in India http://www.indiaonestop.com/unemployment.htm India's employment perspective Overview of unemployment Sector-wise absorption of labour Trends in Labour Force Participation Labour Force Projections by Age Groups Projections of work opportunities Home Underemployment Age structure...

      1843 Words | 8 Pages   Employment, Trade union, Unemployment, Five-Year Plans of India

  • Unemployment In India

    Unemployment in India Unemployment in India is a serious social issue. Unemployment records in India are kept by the Ministry of Labour and Employment of India. Statistics: From 1983 till 2011, Unemployment rates in India averaged 9 percent reaching an all time high of 9.4 percent in December 2010 and...

      407 Words | 1 Pages   Labor force, Unemployment

  • Unemployment in India

    UNEMPLOYMENT IN INDIA “Jobs in India are shrinking at an alarming rate. Privatization and globalization have further aggravated the problem. Instead of generating employment, they have rendered millions of hands idle. American policies are effective there but not in India where the accursed ones are...

      1597 Words | 4 Pages   Unemployment, Planning Commission (India), Fiscal policy, Economic growth

  • Unemployment in India

    Unemployment is on the increase. It is one of the greatest problems of our society. After the students come out of the schools and colleges, what should they do? This is a big question before them. There are no jobs for millions of youth that are pouring out of educational institutions every year. ...

      481 Words | 2 Pages  

  • Unemployment in India

    Unemployment means under-utilization or non-utilization of available man-power. Unemployment refers to the state of being unemployed or not having a job i.e. joblessness. A person is said to be unemployed if he or she is looking for work or is willing to work at the prevailing wage but is unable to...

      1764 Words | 5 Pages   Unemployment, Economic inequality, Poverty, Labor force

  • Unemployment in India

    Unemployment means that while the people are willing to work, they have no work to do. The most important reasons of India’s poverty and backwardness are her problem of unemployment. It is pity to see a long queue of young persons, who have devoted ten to sixteen precious years of their lives to their...

      784 Words | 3 Pages   Unemployment, Employment

  • unemployment India

    In this project we have tried to develop an understanding of the unemployment problem in India along with key statistics derived from data made public by the Ministry of Labor and Employment through Report on Employment & Unemployment Survey 2009-10 and 2011-12 and finally try to find out causes and...

      749 Words | 5 Pages   Labor force, Unemployment

  • Unemployment in India

    UNEMPLOYMENT Employment in simple words can be defined as an occupation by which a person can earn his living. And Unemployment is the inability of providing gainful work to people who are willing to work. And for a country like India, employment has become one of the major challenges of the current...

      1899 Words | 6 Pages   Full employment, Unemployment, Labor force, Underemployment

  • Poverty and Unemployment in India

    Poverty and Unemployment in India Presented by Md Akram Saba(09HS2027) Types of Poverty • Absolute Poverty • Relative Poverty Relative Poverty • Relative Poverty refers to the Income or Asset Position of one individual,Class or Group of People in comparison with the other individual,Classes...

      1394 Words | 6 Pages   Poverty, Swarna Jayanti Shahari Rozgar Yojana, States and union territories of India, Poverty in India

  • Causes and Effects of Unemployment in India

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  • Unemployment Problem in India

    India is shining. India is progressing with an amazing growth rate. Growth rate of India is the second highest in the world after that of China. The youth force of India are contributing lot to the same. It is believed that principal reason behind Indian progress is its youth force, highest in number...

      657 Words | 2 Pages  

  • Unemployment

    What is unemployment? Unemployment (or joblessness) occurs when people are without jobs and they have actively sought work within the past four weeks. The unemployment rate is a measure of the prevalence of unemployment and it is calculated as a percentage by dividing the number of unemployed individuals...

      1270 Words | 4 Pages   Economic equilibrium, Business cycle, Unemployment, Full employment

  • Unemployment

    Unemployment Employment is the prime means for people to earn money, allowing them to provide the basic necessities, such as food, water, clothing, and shelter for themselves as well as their family members. Since employment is so important to our society, the increasing rate of people loosing their...

      1077 Words | 4 Pages  

  • Unemployment

    UNEMPLOYMENT IN NIGERIA Unemployment is a state of joblessness or a condition of having no job. Unemployment is a macroeconomic issue which has eaten deep into the economy of Nigeria. The rate of unemployment is so high that there are little or no jobs for people to do in the society. The proportion...

      741 Words | 2 Pages   Unemployment

  • Unemployment

    UNEMPLOYMENT The Labor force consists of persons 16 years of age or older who are not in institutions and who are employed or unemployed but seeking employment. (Phil. Definition, revised 2002) The labor force is that part of the population aged 18-65 who are willing and can work. In percent...

      380 Words | 3 Pages   Inflation, Unemployment, Disinflation, Labour economics

  • Unemployment

    Rising of Unemployment Rate I. Introduction: Unemployment is a very common cause of poverty in the Philippines since there are several Filipinos who are unemployed plus the fact that there are many companies that are affected of the global economic crisis. And the least thing that you can do about...

      1540 Words | 5 Pages   Unemployment, Employment, Economic growth, National Economic and Development Authority

  • Unemployment

     I think that the problem of youth employment is very actual and must be solved as quick as possible. Most of young people in Russia nowadays get higher education chiefly because it is in basion now. They all go to institutes or universities and...

      259 Words | 1 Pages  

  • unemployment

    ASSIGNMENT ON UNEMPLOYMENT SUBMITTED TO MA’M SADIA DATED 17-10-14 SOCIAL SCIENCE SUBMITTED BY GROUP MEMBERS BSEE-01113090 BSEE-01113117 BSEE-01113062 BSEE-01113088 BSEE-01113107 BSEE-01113102 BSEE-01113181 CONTENTS What is unemployment? Types of unemployment Seasonal unemployment Frictional...

      1841 Words | 11 Pages   Unemployment, Okun's law, Current Population Survey, Fiscal policy

  • Unemployment

    factors for graduate unemployment. The factors are weak English which is 56%,bad social etiquette 36%,demand too much pay 32%,degrees not relevant 30%,fresh grads too choosy 23% and no vacancies 14% So I am here today to give all of you view what is actually causes of this unemployment that have become...

      1891 Words | 5 Pages   Bachelor's degree, Information literacy, Education, English as a second or foreign language

  • Unemployment

    1.0 INTRODUCTION According to Mankiw (2012), unemployment is defined as those labour forces that were available for work but were not employed, and tried to find for job and also including those who are waiting for recalled to a job which they had been laid off. In the terms of economics, labour...

      2351 Words | 8 Pages   Unemployment, Economic growth, Gross domestic product, Business cycle

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