India labour market

Delhi saw the highest growth of 20% in wages of urban casual labourers, followed by Andhra Pradesh, Odisha, Tamil Nadu and Haryana. Manipur saw the lowest growth of 4% in wages of urban casual labourers. Photo: Mint<br />

Labour market: The urban wage boom

1 min read . 20 Nov 2013
The average casual wages in most states seem to be higher than the average wages paid under MGNREGA. This suggests that factors other than MGNREGA may be driving rural wage growth. Photo: Indranil Bhoumik/Mint<br />

Labour market: The rural wage boom

2 min read . 19 Nov 2013
A changing job market

A changing job market

1 min read . 18 Nov 2013
A changing job market

A changing job market

1 min read . 18 Nov 2013
Although a majority of Indians worked in farms till recently, latest NSSO data show that this is no longer true as growth in non-farm jobs has gathered pace. Photo: Ramesh Pathania/Mint<br />

A changing job market in rural India

1 min read . 18 Nov 2013