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India Labour Market Report 2008

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  • Bino Paul G.D

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This is the first Bi-annual India Labour Market Report, published by Adecco TISS Labour Market Research Initiatives. The exploration of emerging issues in Indian labour market through the ATLMRI discussion paper series, consisting of eight discussion papers on themes such as employment, employability, labour law, and educational attainment, has provided useful cues about contemporary issues in Indian labour market. A felt need was for a more comprehensive report on emerging aspects of Indian labour market. Thus, the idea of India Labour Market was born.

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Date of creation: May 2009
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Keywords: labouar market; labour; employment; employability; law; educational attainment; ATLMRI; ADDECO; Addeco; Labour Studies; India; TISS;

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