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Jobless growth in odisha: A special reference to education and service sector

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Ratna Biodini Amiya Priyadarsini Das and Ranjan Kumar Nayak
Subject Area: 
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Abstract: 

The term joblessness growth refers to the situation in which there is growth but no jobs. When output measures in terms of GDP and that GDP rises but the growth of employment lags way behind. We say there is joblessness growth. This situation mainly arises in developing countries. When growth is coupled with high unemployment it means that the economy experienced with structural changes. In a jobless growth economy unemployment remains stubbornly high even as the economy grows. This tends to happen when the relatively large no of people have lost their jobs and the ensuring recoveries are insufficient to absorb the unemployed and underemployed. This paper studies the joblessness or unemployed growth in Odisha with respect to service and education sector. In Odisha the contribution of the service sector and GSDP increases day by day but still unemployed people’s number also increases. There are many reasons prevails in Odisha for unemployment, among them education and poverty is a major concern. Because of poverty the youth mass does not gets proper education facilities and for that technically they are poor and less skilled. So the services sector of Odisha does not capture that as a result the joblessness arises. Government adopts various programmes and policies to overcome from the joblessness but in some extent the government failed. The basic objective of this paper is to study the present education system in Odisha and to found how it leads to joblessness in Odisha. Secondly study of service sector’s contribution on GSDP of Odisha and also the WPR (work participation rate) in service sector in Odisha and lastly compare between education and service sector in Odisha with respect to joblessness in Odisha. This study hypothesized that in Odisha education is a major reason for the joblessness, the service sector contribution increase day by day in odisha’s GSDP but contribution of service sector is less in employment pattern of Odisha, there are lacunas prevails in Odisha from the government side to reduce the joblessness in Odisha. The methodology of the study shows that data are collected from the secondary sources from the various developmental books, journals, websites, and from survey books. Then data are presented in a tabular manner and then analyzed of data done properly to show the joblessness in Odisha. This study conclude that the Joblessness in Odisha is due to the lack of education and less contribution of service sector on employment pattern. So as population increases day by day in Odisha in the same manner the joblessness also arises day by day.

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