International Journal of Transformations in Business Management

(By Aryavart International University, India)

International Peer Reviewed (Refereed), Open Access Research Journal

E-ISSN : 2231-6868 | P-ISSN : 2454-468X

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Vol: 13, Issue: 3 2023

Page: 068-077

Nature of Occupational Structure and Workforce Participation in Economy in India

Dr. Suhasini Parashar

The occupational structure is the percentage of the nation's workforce that is employed in the Nation. The number of people in the total working population, are employed in Agricultural, as well as allied activities along with, people involved in the Manufacturing and the Service sectors. Different Nations have various proportions of the population working in various sectors. A developing country like India has a fair share of its population employed in Primary, Secondary, and Tertiary sectors. Developed countries like the USA have a major share of technology, research, and development professionals. The focus of the study in the article remains on the nature of occupational structure and workforce participation in the economy and the workforce of an entire country effectively manages to contribute to their growth and development. When changes occur in the occupational structure, it is a direct result of a change in the economic development of the nation. As more and more of the working population shifts from the primary sector to the secondary and tertiary sectors, the rate of economic development along with the GDP growth rises.

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