We asked a simple Question
Do you think unemployment is high in India?
Within the small crowd, 67% felt indeed that Unemployment is high
Here are some detailed Comments by Users. First we start with those who think it is high.
Yes it is high
Yes. I do feel unemployment is high and people are losing Jobs in this not growing economy. We have seen some Tech Giants and large Organisations Laying off employee under “Cost Cutting” . Same can be observed by Low Placements in Campus selections. I do feel its high and the Statistics are correct. we have seen many political leaders also taking this as a agenda during elections of creating employment for youths. There are so many students graduating every year in different fields but only handful of them end up with jobs they wanted. Many are forced to do something else to earn for living and pay off loans.
Today unemployment is high and at the Peak. More no. Of student are graduating every year and there are not enough jobs to create employment. Most of the govt. Sectors are closing down or lay off the enplyees. Private sectors are creating jobs but that is not enough due increase of the graduates. Most of the universities are not providing the enough placement. Even though if you look at statistics there are lakhs of jobs in both govt. Or private sectors its not enough beacause increse in the no. Of youth force in india.there are lack of skilled employees due to no proper training for them. Most of the graduates are not willing to do jobs for low salary. There are no proper infrastructure or financial support for sel employment
Number of unemployed people increase day by day in india. Actually the data shows by government about unemployed people is much lesser than the actual data because number of persons is not registered in employment office. Around my city unemployment is very high because every unemployed educate person wants government job and government job is very less as compare to aspirant and also less private sector job in our area. Unemployment is very high and number of job created by the government is very less as compare to our increasing population. Also skill is required for some specific type of job, and lack of skilled person in country.
Yes In India unemployment is very high. I have so many friends and known of mine who have done bechelors and masters but still searching for a job. As we know automation and digitalization is increasing day by day it is affecting employment rate as their is less need of man power now… Also education quality is not good in India due to which their is very few qualified person for any job.
Most people are getting higher degrees but they don’t have skills according to their education level. People only have theoretical knowledge but they don’t know how to implement it practically.
Govt. Is also responsible for unemployment because all leaders just promise to take steps to decrease unemployment but no actions were taken by any.
No it is not high
No i dont think that the unemployement is high in India,as it is shown in the news and on social media. Unemployment means a person who is searching for a work and wants to work but he is unable to find the work.Mostly students passing out from the colleges either have a option of doing a job or do higher studies.Now the student who choose to do a job,must have some basic knowledge in his or her field.But i have seen around me students who have graduated but cant even read properly.Its easy to get into an engineering college and its even easier to get a degree nowadays.We have qunatity of students,but not quality.Student do not get the job because they are not qualified to do that,because they do not have basic knowledge about their field.The other and thw most important factor is that everybody wants a secure job.So most of the students are preparing for government jobs.This generation is a lazy and they avoid doing hardwork.Even after graduating from a college they cant even do basic thing,upto some point it may be the government and the system fault.
Unemployment is not at a time high. At any point if time there will be a certain % of population who are unemployed. Common across all countries . Concern is only when it arises due to shuttering down of industries / business . Every economy is not the same. There are ups and downs . No exception. As and when population goes up and more number of educated people pass out of universities there are bound to be unemployed for some time. A few may seek greener pastures abroad while majority may stay back and look for local job. Those who have lost job and aged 45+ are mostly affected as not many corporates will be ready to employ aged person even though they are experienced. One more reason is younger people can be offered job at lower salary and there is fair chance of retention for 10+ years. If older ppl are recruited , salary expectations are high ,Difficult to train them at this age as they would not be ready to change old habits. They may also quit sooner than later. Unemployment to that extent is high in case of those who lost jobs. Those who are looking for first job , relatively position is same as before. Statistics often conveys a wrong picture unless seen in real context . Every aspect of life can’t be measured by statistics.