Employment Pattern in Rural Haryana: An Analysis

Pinki Yadav


Despite rampant urbanization, a staggering 69% of Indian population still lives in rural areas. The rural people are mostly employed in agriculture and related informal sector activities, but receiving (and contributing to) a disproportionately low share of gross domestic product and also are characterized by low values in various development indicators. For example, human development index and life expectancy in Indian states decrease with every increase in rural population.. This micro level study, conducted in the state of Haryana to examine the  employment pattern, has revealed that agriculture and non agriculture activities are the main sources of income and employment and non agricultural activity  contributes only a small portion. The small holders as well as landless households are depending on secondary and tracery activity as the source of earning. A very few persons has been observed that they depend upon secondary and tracery activities. The present study has been also based on employment pattern of rural economy of Haryana state. For collecting such kind of information the author has selected the Haryana state. After analyzing the study author found that most of the villagers are depend upon the agricultural sectors. The main objective of the study is that to know the employment pattern of rural areas of Haryana state. Most of the study is based on secondary source.  After collecting the information the data are presenting with the help of suitable table and diagrams.   The detail analysis has been given in full paper

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