The Indian job market is getting harder for those with a good education and good English skills.
We know that.
But now, the Indian job landscape is getting even tougher for those who don’t have the same skills.
The latest jobs report shows that for the first time, the number of jobs in the country has dipped below the 5 million mark for the fourth straight year.
The number of job vacancies has risen in just two months, from 5.1 million in September to 5.5 million in October.
In a country where the unemployment rate stands at 9.2% , this number is a worrying sign of the looming crisis in the job market.
The latest jobs data for October, however, showed that the number in India has surpassed 5 million in the last 12 months, a mark that has been reached once again by a country that is witnessing the biggest exodus of people from India since the Second World War.
In a country of 1.3 billion people, the numbers of job openings are the highest ever recorded, but the numbers are still very low.
In September, there were 947,716 job openings, according to the National Sample Survey Organisation, an independent organisation that monitors India’s job creation.
In October, the jobless rate stood at 9%.
This month, the figure has jumped to 9.4%, according to data from the Indian Statistical Institute (ISI).
The numbers are staggering: India has seen a sharp rise in job vacancies over the past few months.
The number of vacancies jumped by 2.6 million in November, from 3.5 to 4.5%.
But this is only a slight increase.
In October, there was a total of 4.9 million vacancies.
The jobless figure in India peaked at 8.5% in January, but it has since fallen to 8.2%.
In the same period, the labour force participation rate has also dropped by more than half a percentage point to 65.6%.
This is what the labour market looks like.
What the jobs report says The labour market in India is being hard hit by the migration from the country.
This migration has hit the unemployment rates, the share of unemployed people and the proportion of people who are working part time.
These trends have been exacerbated by the fact that many young people are also migrating out of India, to cities like Delhi, Mumbai and Hyderabad.
In the last three months alone, India’s unemployment rate has dropped by 1.2 percentage points to 6.3%.
The share of people with jobs has dropped from 26.2 to 18.3% and the share working part-time jobs has fallen from 27.1% to 19.1%.
The recent figures show that the unemployment in India’s cities is the highest in the world, even though the unemployment has fallen to its lowest level in a decade.
The reason for this is because many people who have been displaced from the cities are now working parttime in the rural areas.
As of October, 1.1 billion people live in rural areas, or nearly one in every seven people in India.
In cities like Mumbai and New Delhi, however.
a similar number of people live within a kilometre of a city.
This is not a coincidence.
India is also experiencing a massive exodus of workers.
According to the latest figures, there are currently nearly 3.4 million unemployed people in the labour markets in the two cities, according to the latest census data.
This is the second time that India has experienced a sharp exodus of its workforce from the capital.
Before the financial crisis, the population of India was just under 100 million, and about half of this population lived in urban areas.
The labour market is now shrinking.
In fact, it is shrinking at an alarming rate.
A recent study by the World Bank estimated that the population will fall by 3.2 million people in 2019, from over 100 million today to less than 90 million by 2035.
What India’s new jobs report tells us The fact that the numbers for the country have risen in October is not only a worrying development for the Indian economy, it also highlights the fact of the continuing weakness in the employment market in the long term.
It also highlights how the job prospects for people with no job experience are even less.
“I am a single parent with three children, a university student, and a college graduate,” said a 25-year-old from Mumbai.
“The number one job in the city is to go to the bank.
In the past five years, I have worked two full-time days a week.
In this time, I only made about Rs.500 ($4.30) per day,” he added.
This trend has also been reflected in the salaries of Indian professionals.
According the latest data, the median annual salary for a worker who has a Bachelor of Commerce in the public and private sectors was Rs.11,876 ($7,500) in October, up