It’s a time of change.
The pace of change is staggering.
India is now the fastest-growing country in the world, but the jobs that have come into being are not being shared, and are not there for everyone.
The economy is slowly recovering, but its growth has been slowed by years of political turmoil and economic turmoil.
As the country struggles to adjust to the new realities, many Indians are still not fully prepared to start a new life.
“India is the biggest economy in the subcontinent, but there is a lot of room for improvement,” said Arjun Jain, the CEO of Jain Associates, an India-based consultancy.
“The opportunities are too great.”
Job vacancies are at their highest since 2012.
The unemployment rate in the country is now at nearly 13%, the highest in the region.
Many people are scared to apply.
Job seekers in India have been told that job vacancies in India are as high as 90% in the next few years.
India’s economic growth has slowed dramatically in recent years, and many are afraid to take a chance with the country’s economic future.
“I am scared,” said Sanjay Singh, an engineer in New Delhi.
“Even if I get a job, I will never be able to get it back.”
In a country where jobs are scarce, job seekers have been forced to go looking for work in a market with very few job openings.
The government has tried to bring down the unemployment rate to 10%, but the situation is far from that.
“The Indian government needs to do more to make sure the unemployment rates in the labour market do not continue to rise,” said Shruti Singh, a senior fellow at the Economic Survey Institute.
The Indian economy is booming, but many Indians say it’s not sustainable.
The country’s current GDP growth rate is at a low of 7%.
The government has introduced a series of policies that have helped the economy to recover, but some experts say the pace of the reforms is not being met.
The lack of a real-time job market has been one of the main reasons for the economic slowdown.
“I think the government needs a lot more money to help the economy recover,” said Prasad Yadav, an economist with the Delhi-based think tank National Institute of Planning.
“There are a lot people who are just waiting for their first job, but it is not a realistic expectation,” said Kumar Singh, who lives in Mumbai.
“We need to create jobs, but this is not happening.”
The Indian labor market has a long history of being highly fragmented.
Some jobs are not available to anyone, and those that are available are not easy to find.
Some people have found work in the informal sector and in small, local businesses, while others have found jobs in the bigger firms.
In Mumbai, some of the biggest employers in the city are hotels, while in Mumbai itself, the number of hotel jobs has dropped by a third in the last two years.
The number of small businesses has increased, but so has the number working in the hotels.
“When you look at the data, you see that there are not enough jobs for the population,” said Jain.
“It is not sustainable.”
The government’s focus on job creation has created a huge bubble of jobs that are not accessible to anyone.
The Indian government is also investing heavily in its labour market, but in the process, the jobs it creates are not getting to everyone.
“India has always been a very fragmented country.
We need to diversify our economy,” said Singh.
“There are so many jobs available to those who need them, but they are not distributed equally.”
With little demand and little money to create new jobs, many Indian workers are finding themselves with few options.
“In Mumbai today, you can find someone who can work for you and take you to your place.
But I cannot find the job to pay for my rent and bills,” said Jagadish Chandra, an IT professional in New York.
“But it is too late to do anything about it.”