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Employment and Unemployment of Labourers Families in Agra District


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1 Department of Economics, R.B.S. College, Agra, U.P., India
2 Department of Economics, RBS College Agra, U.P., India
 

Employment the study indicate that the employment per worker in days was more in case of cultivating labourers as compared landless labourers which resulted in incase the unemployment problems more as compared to cultivating labourers which need to create more employment trough other sources in the area.

Keywords

Employment, Unemployment. Agra, Labours.
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Authors

Vandana Singh
Department of Economics, R.B.S. College, Agra, U.P., India
Pushpendra Singh
Department of Economics, RBS College Agra, U.P., India

Abstract


Employment the study indicate that the employment per worker in days was more in case of cultivating labourers as compared landless labourers which resulted in incase the unemployment problems more as compared to cultivating labourers which need to create more employment trough other sources in the area.

Keywords


Employment, Unemployment. Agra, Labours.

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