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There are 3 types of employment:

  1. Self Employed
  2. Casual wage Labourers
  3. Regular Salaried Employees

Self Employed

Person who own and operate an enterprise (business) and earn profit are called Self Employed

Example

All businessman and Professionals are Self Employed

 

Casual Wage Labourers

Those workers who are employed for a small period of time in farms/ construction work are called Casual Labourers

Example

Person who work at construction sites are called Casual Wage labourers

It is because their nature of work is temporary (will last only till building is constructed)

 

Regular Salaried Employees

Those person who are working on a regular basis in some enterprise and earning salary

Example

A Bank Employee, An accountant in a factory etc

Different Types of Employment - Teachoo.JPG

Which Type of Employment is More Common?

In Rural Areas

Self Employed is Most Common (58%)

It is because majority of farmers own farms.

They work on their own farms and hence are self employed

Casual wage labour are Farm labourers

There are very less regular salaried job opportunities in villages

 

In Urban Areas

Regular Salaried Employee is Much higher

It is because enterprises in urban areas require workers on regular basis

Self Employed includes those running small business and shops

Construction labour comprises casual wage labour

 

Distribution of Employment by Region - Teachoo.JPG

Why less females work in Regular Salaried jobs as compared to Males?

Women in India get less education opportunities and are married at young age

Hence, they get less opportunity to get trained and receive skills which are required for regular salaried jobs

 

Distribution of Employment by Gender - Teachoo.JPG

NCERT Questions

Question 4

Find the odd man out:

(i) owner of a saloon

(ii) a cobbler

(iii) a cashier in Mother Dairy or Milk Cooperative Society of your area

(iv) a tuition master

(v) transport operator

(vi) construction worker.

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Question 10

Find the odd man out:

(i) rickshaw puller who works under a rickshaw owner

(ii) mason

(iii) mechanic shop worker

(iv) shoeshine boy.

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Question 13

Why are regular salaried employees more in urban areas than in rural areas?

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Question 14

Why are less women found in regular salaried employment?

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Question 21

Who is a casual wage labourer?

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Other Books

Question 1

Discuss the 2 main forms of wage employment?

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Question 2

Discuss the distribution of employment on the basis of gender.

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