The State of Unemployment The United States has lost 7.5 million jobs since the recession started. The current unemployment rate is around 9.5% and has been for over a year. 4 years ago the unemployment rate was only 4.5%.

The State of Unemployment

admin On January - 8 - 2011

One Response so far.

  1. hemen parekh says:

    Iceberg of Unemployment

    In his “ Kotak Institutional Equities “ report,

    “ 365 Mn : Can India live up to its demographic dividend ? “
    ( as reported in DNA / Oct.21,2010 ),

    Akhilesh Titolia says :

     23 / 25 million Indians will become eligible for work every year for the next 15 years
     Out of these, 12 / 13 million will actively look for employment every year
     There will be 365 million young Indians by 2025

    So, what is India’s score-card for job creation ?

    MaFoi Randstad Employment Trends Survey ( as reported in DNA / Dec.16,2010 ) reports that private organized sector in India created following no. of jobs :

    In 2008 ………………………… 0.67 Million
    In 2009 ………………………… 0.90 Million
    In 2010 ………………………….1.13 Million

    Will India’s Economy sink by hitting the tip of the Unemployment Iceberg ?

    With regards

    Hemen Parekh

    Jobs for All = Peace on Earth


Leave a Reply

Calculate * Time limit is exhausted. Please reload CAPTCHA.

  • RSS
  • Delicious
  • Digg
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Linkedin
  • Youtube

The Hottest Peppers In The World – The Scoville Scale

The Hottest Peppers

The World’s Love of Peppers Spice has been a part of ...

The Five Most Expensive Computers In The World Ever Sold

The Five Most Expens

The World’s Five Most Expensive Computers They’re something that we’ve grown ...

Five Incredible Facts About The Human Brain And How It Works

Five Incredible Fact

Five Amazing Facts About the Human Brain By all accounts, the ...

Amazing And Fascinating Facts About The Planet Earth

Amazing And Fascinat

Our Little Blue Planet The Earth is an incredible planet, and ...

My Las Vegas Vacation

My Las Vegas Vacatio

Las Vegas developed from remote “Old West” frontier town, survived ...


  • Funny links

  • Funny links

  • Funny links