Unemployment rate at 9.4% in January-March 2021: NSO survey

NSO data: Joblessness drops in urban India but higher than pre-Covid level


Joblessness, or the unemployment rate, is defined as the percentage of unemployed persons in the labour force, which is the sum of people who are working and those who are looking for work

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The unemployment rate in urban areas of the country for the people of all ages fell to 9.4 per cent in January-March 2021.

This was the lowest since the nationwide

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First Published: Dec 1 2021 | 1:12 AM IST

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