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Proportion Unemployed (per 1000) for persons of age 15-59 years

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The data refers to Proportion Unemployed (per 1000) for persons of age 15-59 years for each State/UT. Proportion Unemployed is defined as the number of person/person-days unemployed per 1000 persons/person-days in the relevant population group.
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Source: NSS 68th Round survey - Key indicators of Employment and Unemployment in India 2011-2012 for the survey period: July 2011 - June 2012;This estimate of unemployment are based on current weekly status approach and is referred as number of persons unemployed on an average in a week. This gives the average weekly picture of unemployment during the survey year. It includes both chronic unemployment and also seasonal employment of those categorized as usually employed caused by seasonal fluctuations in economic activity.
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Source:NSS 68th Round survey - Key indicators of Employment and Unemployment in India 2011-2012 for the survey period: July 2011 - June 2012; The data represents usual status adjusted unemployment. Unemployment according to usual status (ps) approximates an indicator of chronically unemployed. Some of the persons categorized as unemployed according to the usual principal activity status might be working in a subsidiary capacity. Therefore another estimate of the unemployed excluding those employed in a subsidiary capacity during the reference period can be derived. The former is called the usually unemployed according to the principal status (ps) and the latter the usually unemployed excluding those employed in subsidiary status is termed as unemployed according to usual status (adjusted). The number of unemployed according to usual status (adjusted) would conceptually be lower than the former.
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