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Unemployment in Covid: Unemployment has hit the sky in 4 months! 65 lakh Indians lost their jobs in April

The total number of salaried employees in the country has come down significantly since March, according to a report by the Center for Monitoring Indi

Thursday, May 6, 2021

/ by Avishek Bera

 

The News Cover: The total number of salaried employees in the country has come down significantly since March, according to a report by the Center for Monitoring Indian Economy (CMIE). This graph has been gradually declining since January. On the other hand, Corona (Covid-19 Second Wave) has gradually increased. In other words, Unemployment has decreased in line with the Corona outbreak.

The total number of salaried employees in the country has come down significantly since March, according to a report by the Center for Monitoring Indian Economy (CMIE). This graph has been gradually declining since January. On the other hand, Corona (Covid-19 Second Wave) has gradually increased. In other words, Unemployment has decreased in line with the Corona outbreak. Why this predicament? According to experts, Corona was a bit stagnant at the end of last year. Little by little the mills and factories were turning around. The job market was also returning to normal after overcoming the panic of continuous lockdown. Various construction works, industries, businesses were starting anew. But with the arrival of the new year, the second wave of coronavirus hit in a couple of months. They are suspended again due to the effect of the second wave of the corona. As a result, increased pruning. 

Many have had to leave work and return home due to partial and complete lockdowns in different parts of the country. On the other hand, many are not looking for a new job because they are frustrated with losing their job in Corona. Their number is also increasing. That is what Professor Arup Mitra of Delhi University says. Mainly partial lockdown in different places, virtually closed job market due to curfew. As a result, the prospects for new jobs are slim. It is seen that the employment rate in March was 36.56%. In April, it stood at 36.89%. This is the lowest in the last 4 months. Unemployment was highest in the last four months in April. This rate has come down to 6 percent. (CMIE) figures show that this percentage reached last April. ৭ 96%. Which is already on the foreheads of expert economists.

Why this predicament? According to experts, Corona was a bit stagnant at the end of last year. Little by little the mills and factories were turning around. The job market was also returning to normal after overcoming the panic of continuous lockdown. Various construction works, industries, businesses were starting anew. But with the arrival of the new year, the second wave of coronavirus hit in a couple of months. They are suspended again due to the effect of the second wave of the corona. As a result, increased pruning. Many have had to leave work and return home due to partial and complete lockdowns in different parts of the country.

On the other hand, many are not looking for a new job because they are frustrated with losing their job in Corona. Their number is also increasing. That is what Professor Arup Mitra of Delhi University says. Mainly partial lockdown in different places, virtually closed job market due to curfew. As a result, the prospects for new jobs are slim.

The total number of salaried employees in the country has come down significantly since March, according to a report by the Center for Monitoring Indian Economy (CMIE). This graph has been gradually declining since January. On the other hand, Corona (Covid-19 Second Wave) has gradually increased. In other words, Unemployment has decreased in line with the Corona outbreak. Why this predicament? According to experts, Corona was a bit stagnant at the end of last year. Little by little the mills and factories were turning around. The job market was also returning to normal after overcoming the panic of continuous lockdown. Various construction works, industries, businesses were starting anew. But with the arrival of the new year, the second wave of coronavirus hit in a couple of months. They are suspended again due to the effect of the second wave of the corona. As a result, increased pruning. Many have had to leave work and return home due to partial and complete lockdowns in different parts of the country. On the other hand, many are not looking for a new job because they are frustrated with losing their job in Corona. Their number is also increasing. That is what Professor Arup Mitra of Delhi University says. Mainly partial lockdown in different places, virtually closed job market due to curfew. As a result, the prospects for new jobs are slim. It is seen that the employment rate in March was 36.56%. In April, it stood at 36.89%. This is the lowest in the last 4 months. Unemployment was highest in the last four months in April. This rate has come down to 6 percent. (CMIE) figures show that this percentage reached last April. ৭ 96%. Which is already on the foreheads of expert economists.

It is seen that the employment rate in March was 36.56%. In April, it stood at 36.89%. This is the lowest in the last 4 months. Unemployment was highest in the last four months in April. This rate has come down to 6 percent. (CMIE) figures show that this percentage reached last April. ৭ 96%. Which is already on the foreheads of expert economists.

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