5 million jobs lost during high-growth years: Study

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According to the ASSOCHAM study nearly 5 million jobs were lost between 2004-05 and 2009-10. The study found that over-emphasis on services and neglect of the manufacturing sector are mainly responsible for this "jobless growth" phenomenon.

5 million jobs lost during high-growth years

The Indian economy has gone through the jobless phase between 2004-05 and 2009-10 while the economy is growing at an impressive rate. "In a service-driven economy, which contributed 67.3% (at constant price) to GDP but employed only 27% of total workforce in 2013-14, enough jobs will not be created to absorb the burgeoning workforce," Assocham added.

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