Which State Has The Highest Unemployment Rate In India?

In December 2022, the unemployment rate in India reached a 16-month high. Haryana has the highest unemployment rate, while Odisha has the lowest unemployment rate in India.

Saumya Updated: January 2, 2023 11:49 IST

Which state has the highest employment rate in India?

Which state has the highest employment rate in India?

According to the Center for Monitoring Indian Economy (CMIE), the unemployment rate in India reached 8.30% in December 2022, the highest in 16 months. According to data released by CMIE, the unemployment rate in urban areas rose to 10.09% in December, while in rural areas it fell to 7.44%.

In November, unemployment rates in urban areas were 8.96% and in rural areas 7.55%.

Haryana reportedly has the highest unemployment rate of any state in India.

Here is the state list of unemployment rates in India:

State list of unemployment rates:

STATE

UNEMPLOYMENT RATE (DECEMBER 2022)

Andhra Pradesh

7.7

Assam

4.7

Bihar

19.1

Chattisgarh

3.4

Delhi

20.8

Gonna

9.9

gujarat

23

Haryana

37.4

Himachal Pradesh

7.6

Jammu and Kashmir

14.8

Jharkhand

18.0

karnataka

2.5

Kerala

7.4

Madhya Pradesh

3.2

Maharastra

3.1

Meghalaya

2.7

Odisha

0.9

Puducherry

4.7

Punjab

6.8

Rajasthan

28.5

Sikkim

13.6

Tamilnadu

4.1

Telangana

4.1

Tripura

14.3

Uttar Pradesh

4.3

Uttarakhand

4.2

west bengal

5.5

According to the latest Periodic Labor Force Survey (PLFS) released by the National Statistical Office (NSO) in November, India’s urban unemployment rate declined to 7.2% for the fifth consecutive quarter during the July-September quarter of 2022-23.

Frequently asked questions

Which state has the lowest unemployment in India?

Odisha has the lowest unemployment rate in India at 0.6%.

Which 5 states have the highest unemployment?

Haryana, Rajasthan, Delhi, Bihar and Jharkhand have the highest unemployment rate in India in December 2022.

Which state in India has the highest unemployment rate?

Haryana has the highest unemployment rate of any state in India.

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