New Delhi: Despite the disruption caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, India managed to generate 4 lakh jobs in the third quarter of 2021. According to the third
The report released by the Ministry of Labor pointed out that the main employer during the period was the manufacturing sector. The survey recorded employment data from establishments with 10 or more workers covering manufacturing, construction, trade, transportation, education, health care, hospitality and catering, IT/BPO and financial services.
The third quarter
Job creation in these sectors rose to 3.14 crores, which is higher than the estimates of 3.1 crores recorded in the second QES from July to September 2021 and 3.08 crores according to the first round of QES d October to December 2020, ToI reported.
Minister of Labor and Employment
Decreasing female labor force
The quarter saw a decline in the share of female workers to 31.6 percent from 32.1 percent in the second quarter (July-September). Moreover, in the transport sector, the presence of female workers was only 12 per cent and 21 per cent in the manufacturing industry.
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The report notes that the manufacturing sector, the largest employer, accounts for about 39 percent of the estimated total number of workers. It was followed by the education sector at 22%. Next comes the IT/BPO sector with 11% of employees and healthcare with 10.4%.
Meanwhile, trade accounted for 5.3 percent while the transport sector for 4.2 percent of employees. 2.8 percent of workers worked in financial services, 2.6 percent in accommodation and food services, and construction, which turned out to be the lowest contributor, at 2 percent of the labor force. work.