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Why is there so much unemployment in the country


Few great Indian leaders are talking about the $5 trillion economy by 2024, India is facing its worst employment rates in the last 45 years.

What is so much in these unemployment numbers that leaders promise to eliminate this and opposition parties howl and cry over it? What does it mean by a 6.1% unemployment rate in India, the historic unemployment since 1977?

With the major part of India in the era of demographic dividend, this piece will talk about the technical aspects of unemployment

The country's leaders take votes to innocent young people with false promises, but their lies force these innocent youths to commit suicide.

Every hour one student commits suicide in India, with about 28 such suicides reported every day, according to data compiled by the National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB). The NCRB data shows that 10,159 students died by suicide in 2018, an increase from 9,905 in 2017, and 9,478 in 2016.

A lot of agencies in India come up with figures in their way. National Sample Survey Office (NSSO), Employment Exchanges, Labour Bureau, and Employees Provident Fund Organization (EPFO) are some government-authorized agencies.


Different yardsticks are used to classify unemployed people. One that counts for chronic unemployment is called as 'Usual Status.' A person's usual status is considered as unemployed if he stays without work for more than 182 days in one year. However, this gives the lowest figure because poor people cannot afford to stay unemployed for a long time. Therefore, they pick up any kind of job they get, no matter how less it pays than the previous one.

Unemployment affects not only the earnings of the people, but it is also a social problem. More unemployment would mean people might take up criminal activities to satiate their basic needs. These men can be lured to be a social menace. Unemployment is a waste of potential human resources. That is why these numbers embarrass the government, and they allegedly delayed the publishing of the numbers until the Lok Sabha elections were completed.

It is horrifying that in Uttar Pradesh, Graduates to Ph.D. applied for the job of a peon! The Labour Minister said in Parliament that only 21% of college graduates are employable. This is appalling for a nation that boasts the biggest pool of labor force.

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