Occupational diversification in Jammu and Kashmir: A sectoral analysis

Arshid Ahmad Mir, Tariq Ahad Nengroo
2019 International Journal of Research in Advent Technology  
The paper examines the occupational pattern in Jammu and Kashmir. This paper has made a sectoral analysis in light of trend in employment share over a period of time. The evidence for occupational diversification and structural changes in Jammu and Kashmir has been confirmed by the data figures from census and NSSO data. The movement of labour force from primary sector has been absorbed by the service sector in the process of structural changes in state economy. More so, the secondary sector
more » ... led to mature fully and create sufficient job opportunities, as it has more employment elasticity. Thus state followed the national pattern of bypassing the industrial sector in the process of development.
doi:10.32622/ijrat.742019192 fatcat:diahawoqxjclbfhcxf2sceaele