India’s unemployment charge rose to eight per cent in November, highest in three months, from 7.77 per cent within the earlier month, knowledge from the Centre for Monitoring Indian Financial system (CMIE) confirmed on Thursday.
The city unemployment charge rose to eight.96 per cent in November from 7.21 per cent within the earlier month, whereas the agricultural unemployment charge slipped to 7.55 per cent from 8.04 per cent, the info confirmed.
The info from the Mumbai-based CMIE is carefully watched by economists and policymakers as the federal government doesn’t launch its personal month-to-month figures.
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