Disappointment may just be waiting round the corner for all sanguine folks eagerly waiting to bid adieu to 2020. Here’s a look at some of the not-so-great things we may have to brace ourselves for in 2021.
The global recession induced by the coronavirus outbreak due to the shutdown of businesses, states, and cities, is unfathomable. Experts even suggest that the US might be in for a very grave time with its economy worse than the time after the Great Depression.
The recent market trends and financial analytics suggest that the Indian economy is on retreat instead of a much-estimated blossom.
The US unemployment rate dropped to near a 50-year low of 3.5 per cent, with 136,000 jobs added to the economy in September, country’s department of Labour said on Friday.
India’s economic slowdown and market stagnation may result in more than a million job cuts by the end of the year – there’s more to the trend
In his first meeting with the Chief Ministers after re-election, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday called for a collective fight against
Former VC, NITI Aayog, Arvind Panagariya said in an interview with ETNOW that under-employment is India’s big problem, not unemployment.
With polls over, government releases report on unemployment, says, data comparison faulty With Lok Sabha elections over, the government on Friday made public the Periodic Labour Force Survey report that placed the unemployment rate at 6.1 per cent for year…
Winning Maharasthra with Shiv Sena will be paramount for Modi in 2019, but unemployment and agrarian crisis is what will decide BJP’s fate
Arun Jaitley asserts that claims being made of jobless growth are absurd, as there would be agitation if this was true New York [USA], Feb 1 (ANI): Rejecting claims about high unemployment in India as “disinformation”, Union Minister Arun Jaitley…