According to the survey, more people have lost their jobs this year than last year in all age categories.
According to a survey conducted among companies on the Fortune 500 list, the youngest and oldest employees were more among those who lost jobs during the second wave of Corona.
New Delhi. During the second wave of Coronavirus, the youngest and oldest employees were more among those who lost their jobs. This has come to the fore in a survey conducted among companies on the Fortune 500 list. This survey was conducted among 2000 people in India during April 2021.
According to this survey conducted by the financial technology company FIS, in the second wave of Corona, six percent of the employees above the age of 55 years lost their jobs permanently. Last year this figure was four per cent. In the same age group below 24 years, 11 percent of the employees lost their jobs permanently. This figure was ten percent last year.
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The Center for Monitoring Indian Economy (CMII), a research institute that studies the Indian economy, said in May that the second wave of Kovid-19 led to the loss of more than one crore Indians in the country and the unemployment rate was near a 12-month high. has touched 12 per cent.Nine percent of employees in the age group of 18 to 24 temporarily lost jobs
According to the survey, more people have lost their jobs this year than last year in all age categories. During this nine percent of the employees in the age group of 18 to 24 were temporarily fired. Last year, 21 per cent of the employees in the same age group were given temporary leave. At the same time, 7 per cent of employees in the above 55 age group faced temporary layoffs this year, compared to 13 per cent last year.
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Additionally, 38 per cent of the youth in the age group of 18 to 14 said they witnessed fraud during 12 months, while 41 per cent of employees in the age group of 25 to 29 reported seeing fraud, the company said.