Monday, July 10, 2017

India labour market graphic of the day

In the absence of reliable data, India's labour market assessments are mostly speculative exercises. In that context, a new MGI report tries to tease out some inferences. This assessment of the changes in the labour market for the 2011-15 period drawn from the annual survey of the Labour Bureau is instructive.
The report points to three broad areas of job creation - public investments in infrastructure; advances in automation and its impact on IT and BPO sectors; and independent work and micro-entrepreneurship driven by the new digital ecosystems. 

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

A scene not commonly noticed in this generation, where folks have been typically living on the hands and feet.
You can tend to spend money on low-risk assets
that yield less but a minimum of it is possible to sleep easy at night.
Yes, insurance prevents from losing anything you worked so difficult to construct.