The check reused details from 5,639 first- stage slice units and people from 44,190 civic houses.
For men, it dropped from7.1 to5.9 and for women, it dropped from9.5 to9.1, show NSSO data; the labour force participation rate in the civic areas increased from47.5 to48.8 The Periodic Labour Force Survey( PLFS), carried out by the National Sample Survey Office( NSSO), has reported that severance rate in civic areas of the country has shown a drop during the period April- June 2023. also, the labour force participation rate( LFPR) for persons aged 15 and over and the worker- population rate( WPR) have also bettered during the period.
This public check reused details from 5,639 first- stage slice units( FSUs) and people from 44,190 civic houses. The LFPR in civic areas increased from47.5 in April- June 2022 to48.8 in April- June 2023. While it floated around73.5 for men during this period, for women, the LFPR increased from20.9 to23.2 during this period, the Ministry of Statistics and Programme perpetration said in a release then on Monday.
The WPR in civic areas increased from43.9 in April- June 2022 to45.5 for persons aged 15 and over. For men, it increased from68.3 to69.2 and for women, it increased from18.9 to21.1 during this period. dwindling trend The PLFS claimed a dwindling trend in severance rate( UR) for persons aged 15 and over.
“ UR in civic areas dropped from7.6 in April- June 2022 to6.6 in April- June 2023 for persons of age 15 times and over, ” the PLFS report said.
For men, it dropped from7.1 to5.9 during this period and for women, it dropped from9.5 to9.1. crucial pointers The Centre also claimed enhancement in crucial labour request pointers in civic areas compared with those inpre-pandemic period( April- June 2018 to October – December 2019). The LFPR ranged from46.2 to47.8 during thepre-pandemic period and in the rearmost report it was48.8.
The WPR was between41.8 and44.1 before the epidemic and now it’s45.5.
The severance rate ranged between7.8 and9.7 during thepre-pandemic period and at the rearmost check it was6.6, which, according to the Centre, is lower than the severance rates observed in the diggings covered in thepre-pandemic period.
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