by Arvind Kejriwal, The Times of India article 12/26 How many Indian jobs have been created in the last 12 months?
9,097 The number of Indian jobs created in December 2015 has passed 12.6 million, according to data compiled by Statista.
In terms of job creation, this is a record.
The total number of jobs created during this period stands at 6.65 million.
This represents a fall from the 8.45 million jobs created between September 2016 and December 2016, when there was an initial slowdown in growth.
The overall growth rate of the Indian economy in December was 2.34 per cent.
The data also shows that the number of people working in India has reached a new high.
In December 2015, there were 6.45 crore people working across the country, according the Census.
In the last six months, there has been a significant fall of 1.9 crore people.
This is the lowest since January 2016, as the government was facing a huge power failure.
The figures show that India is in a good position to lead the world in job creation and job creation across the board.
India has the fourth-largest economy in the world, after the US, China and Japan, according data from the World Economic Forum.
In recent years, India has taken the lead in jobs creation, with employment growth averaging 1.4 per cent a year for the past six years.
The country is also one of the fastest-growing economies in the Asia-Pacific region, with a GDP growth of 6.25 per cent during the last financial year.
The country’s job growth has grown faster than the rest of the world since 2015, with the job creation rate exceeding 25 per cent annually.