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Incidence of Unemployment Among Educated Youth

International Journal of Applied Marketing and Management

Volume 4 Issue 1

Published: 2019
Author(s) Name: Shikha Rajvanshi, Surabhi Saxena, Padmini Verma | Author(s) Affiliation: J. P. Institute of Education & Applied Sciences, Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, India.
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Unemployment is not only an economic problem; it is mother of almost all the problems ranging from economic, political, social, educational, psychological, emotional, cultural, ethnical and religious, to any other category of problems encountered by people and the nations. If it is solved, half of the problems in the world would end up in a jiffy. Unemployment is a problem that gradually eats away the very vitalities of the nation and tends to corrupt the life of the people inhabiting it. Unemployment sometimes leads to the problems which could have been averted only if the government of the nation could provide some sort of fruitful economic activity for the people to sustain their lives. It is a hard reality of almost all the underdeveloped and developing nations that they find it difficult to deal with this gigantic problem and just fall into its trap. The nations which suffer from the problem of unemployment can hardly develop with full force and do what they are capable of. It is with this thought that that present paper analyses the problem of unemployment from the perspective of education as the cause of unemployment.

Keywords: Unemployment, Educated, Developing Nations etc.

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