50 lakh people lost jobs since demonetisation in 2016, reveals latest report on job crisis; unemployment rate rose to over 6% in 2018
The CSE survey said lakh men lost their jobs between 2016 and 2018 and the beginning of the decline of jobs coinciding with demonetisation in November 2016.
Jobs crisis in India spiking cynicism among youth towards politics; 'timepass generation' now puts its faith in TikTok, tequila shots
A dissatisfied educated youth population can impact the social, economic and religious fabric of a society like India’s
Indian techies struggle as jobs crisis worsens: Votes of jobless youths can hurt Narendra Modi's chances in LS polls, say critics
These engineers struggling to find jobs highlight Narendra Modi's difficulty in creating jobs by boosting manufacturing under 'Make in India' as promised in 2014.
'10% quota for general category poor is great, but where are the jobs?' Asks Shiv Sena a day after Parliament passes amendment bill
A day after Parliament approved 10 percent reservation to general category poor, the Shiv Sena Thursday wondered where will the jobs come from and warned that if it is an election-driven move, then it will prove costly.
Nitin Gadkari's googly on jobs may be ominous for Narendra Modi govt; state of drift may be a political hot potato
Is there a time bomb that may tell on Narendra Modi's economic policies as India goes to the polls -- and is there a dissident in disguise in Gadkari?
Narendra Modi's Independence Day speech made good points, but PM's silence on critical issues is deafening
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Independence day speech had all the regular ingredients of a corporate presentation by a smart, ambitious CEO listing out achievements made so far
Government's Digital India project will create over 50 million jobs once it is complete, Telecom Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said on Thursday.
School students of Himachal Pradesh will be given lessons on the stock market to enable them to get jobs in the financial sector.
The survey by MyHiringClub.com covered 4,431 employers and a majority (67 per cent) of them have predicted an increase in headcount for the first quarter of fiscal 2013-14.