Noses cost $100 a month, $50 a day: Jobs report
The Times Of India (TNO) is reporting that the jobs cost are not high as they are mostly on low-skilled jobs like barbers and waiters.
However, the salary can easily run into the tens of thousands of rupees a month.
The report said that in the past two years, the number of barbers hired in Mumbai has gone up from a few hundred to over 100,000, while waiters have increased from a couple of hundred to several thousand.
The report said the unemployment rate is higher than the national average at 10.1 per cent, which is far lower than the rate of the World Bank, the IMF, the OECD and other experts.
The study also said that the number and pace of layoffs are more than double the rate seen in the United States.
In India, the jobs report shows that there are around 11.4 million people unemployed, with more than 10 million people in poverty, according to the government.