“Published the report on the second round (July-September 2021) of the Quarterly Employment Survey (QES). Fortunately, employment is on an upward trend and the estimated total employment in the nine selected sectors from the second round of QES is 3.1 crore” , he tweeted after the report, which is part of the All-India Quarterly Establishment-based Employment Survey (AQEES), was released.
The estimated total employment in the nine selected sectors in this QES round was approximately EUR 3.10 billion, which is 2 lakhs higher than the estimated employment (EUR 3.08 billion) from the first QES round (April- June 2021), an official said, adding that total employment for these nine sectors combined in the sixth EC (2013-2014) is 2.37 billion.
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The Quarterly Employment Survey report, a demand-side survey, will, along with the supply-side survey, i.e. the Periodic Labor Force Survey (PLFS), fill data gaps on employment in the country, Yadav said.
Of the estimated total employment in the nine selected sectors, manufacturing accounted for almost 39 percent, followed by education with 22 percent and the health and IT / BPO sectors each with around 10 percent.
The trade and transport sectors employed 5.3% and 4.6%, respectively, of the estimated total number of employees.
It is estimated that nearly 90 percent of establishments have fewer than 100 workers, although 30 percent of IT / BPO facilities have at least 100 workers, including around 12 percent with 500 or more workers.
In the health sector, 19 percent of the companies employed 100 or more people. In the transport sector, too, 14 percent of the estimated total companies with 100 or more employees worked.
In the first QES round it was reported that a total of 91 percent of the establishments had fewer than 100 workers.
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