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This paper analyses trend and structure of workforce in Haryana from 1991 to 2011 by applying Crude Work Participation Rate (CWPR), Educational level of workers, Growth rate and share of workforce in non- agriculture sector. Our results show that there has been increase in the Crude work participation rate of both males and females in Haryana. The percentage of illiterate workers has declined and has increased for literate workers. Our results also show that there has been decline in growth of rural workforce and the share of workers in Non-Agricultural sector has increased.
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In 1991 India’s population was 846,421,039 and in 2011 it reached 1,210,193,422 whereas in Haryana it increased from 16,463,648 in 1991 to 25,351, 462 in 2011.
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