Revealed in CMIE data, these states came out in the forefront of unemployment

The unemployment rate in the country has reached above 10 percent in May 2021.  (symbolic picture)

The unemployment rate in the country has reached above 10 percent in May 2021. (symbolic picture)

CMIE data shows that more unemployment has developed in urban areas than in rural India. In May, where the unemployment rate in the urban area is 13.9 percent. Whereas in rural areas it is 10.6 percent. As far as the states are concerned, Haryana, which was once called an industrial hub, has come at number one in unemployment today.

New Delhi. The corona case in the country and the lockdown in many states is now affecting employment. Along with India, the unemployment rate is increasing continuously in many states. Recently the Center for Monitoring Indian Economy has released the figures. In which it has been told that the unemployment rate of India in the month of May is 11.6 percent.

CMIE data shows that more unemployment has developed in urban areas than in rural India. In May, where the unemployment rate in the urban area is 13.9 percent. Whereas in rural areas it is 10.6 percent. As far as the states are concerned, Haryana, which was once called an industrial hub, has come at number one in unemployment today.

According to the CMIE report, Haryana is at the forefront of unemployment among all the states. Today 35.1 percent of the people here are facing unemployment. The special thing is that in just one month this figure has increased to four times. Whereas in the month of April, the unemployment percentage was just eight percent.

While talking about other states, Rajasthan is at number two in terms of increasing unemployment rate. In the month of May, 28 percent of the people here have become unemployed. The capital of the country is Delhi at number three. According to CMIE, the unemployment rate in Delhi has reached 27.3%. Goa is famous for tourism with 25.7 percent unemployment rate at number four. After these, the unemployment rate in Tripura, Jharkhand and Bihar remains above 10 percent. As far as Uttar Pradesh is concerned, 6.3 percent unemployment rate has been seen here. Experts say on these figures that many things have been affected due to Corona. Along with this, the situation has still not become normal due to the lockdown in many states, but in the midst of all this, Haryana coming on top in this category is shocking.




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