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Educated Unemployed and Employment Differentials of Educated: Evidences from Field
The developing countries like India face peculiar problems which include growing magnitude of educated unemployed. Present study examines various educated unemployed aspects like its structure and nature, unemployment amongst various education levels, employment share of non-farm sector of educated and gendered effects in occupational structure of employment. For the purpose, tendencies of employment and unemployment at different levels of education
Educated Unemployed and Employment Differentials of Educated: Evidences from Field
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