The world is India’s oyster
In this scenario therefore a majority of the supply to the global labor force will come from India, with 50 % of its population under the age of 25 and more than 65% below the age of 35. Therefore, as much as it was berated in the years gone by, it is India’s young talented population which is now turning out to be her biggest asset.
Currently the employment growth rate in India is estimated to be approx 2.7 percent, while the population growth rate is 1.7 percent. Even though the employment growth seemingly exceeds the population growth, there is a significant backlog of unemployed and unemployable. Hence the current growth of employment is not sufficient to absorb the new entrants as well as the existing unemployed / unemployable labor force.On the flip side, India’s talent shortages are hitting the bottom line of business and are reflected in the increase in attrition rates of skilled manpower and wage inflation in various business verticals. This situation is compounded by the increase in demand for skilled and semi – skilled manpower in various sectors within India alone.
Why should the World let the workers of India work in any country in the World when India will do nothing to provide jobs for the people of India in India?
Think about that.
If a country is not willing to build their own country, why should any other country even be willing to consider having their people in any position of authority?
I have but one question of India.
When will you turn from being a golfer to being a gardener?
After all, your people need work.
And they are depending on the leaders in India.
Sadly those leaders are only interested in poaching the World’s jobs for their own enrichment, at the expense of their mother country, and their fellow citizens.