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The problem of unemployment in India

Unemployment is a serious matter not only in India but in the entire world. There is a wide number of people out there who are not employed yet. The problem of unemployment is very extreme in India because of the increasing population and demand for employment. If we ignore this issue then it will become one of the major reasons for the doom of the country.

Let us understand what's Unemployment?

Unemployment refers to a condition during which knowledgeable, professional, and talented people are searching for a job. However, they aren't able to get a job due to a wide variety of reasons. The different sorts of unemployment include disguised unemployment, seasonal unemployment, open unemployment, technological unemployment, structural unemployment. Above all, seasonal unemployment, under unemployment, and disguised unemployment are the foremost common unemployment that is found in India.

In India, the main reason for an outsized section of the population for being unemployed. A number of these factors are population growth, slow economic process, seasonal occupation, slow growth of the economic sector, and fall in manufacture. Moreover, these are the key reason for unemployment in India. Moreover, the issue has become so radical that extremely professional people are ready to do any job that comes their way. The government is not following their work effectively.

Apart from all these, an outsized portion of the population is engaged in the agricultural sector and also the sector only employs harvest or plantation time. Moreover, the widest reason for the lack of employment in India is its large population which requires an excessively wide quantity of jobs every year. Which the government and authorities are unable to supply. If things will persist just like the current situation. Then unemployment will become a significant issue. When these things happen in an economy. There is a rise in poverty, an increase in crime rate, exploitation of labor, political instability, mental state, and loss of skills. As a result, all this will eventually lead to the demise of the country. The government has taken the matter very seriously and has taken measures to slow down unemployment. The government is now following their work effectively. They have made a few schemes such as employment exchange, employment guarantee scheme, development of the organized sector, small and cottage industries, employment in forging countries. Other than these schemes the government also makes some rules flexible, so that employment will be created in the private sector also.

To conclude, we can say that the matter of unemployment in India has reached a critical stage. However, now the government and local authorities have taken the problem seriously and dealing thereon to cut back on unemployment. Also, to completely solve the problem of unemployment we have to tackle the major issue of unemployment that is the vast population of India.



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