India’s chemical industry has become a big business, but the country is also transforming jobs in the production of other things, particularly for those who are not in the industry.
A study conducted by the International Labour Organisation (ILO) and the Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR) in partnership with the University of Delhi found that India’s industry is shifting its focus away from the production and use of chemicals to other industries.
The study, which looked at the industries and occupations that are most affected by chemical jobs, also found that those in the chemical sector have seen a 50 per cent decline in the number of jobs, which has been offset by a rise in jobs in other sectors.
The number of manufacturing jobs in these industries has also increased over the past decade, as the industry has expanded to employ many more people.
The ILO’s study also found some areas of the economy that have seen significant job losses in recent years are manufacturing and the services sector.
For example, the study found that jobs in agriculture and manufacturing have seen their share of the jobs market decrease by 16.7 per cent and 13.5 per cent respectively, while the services industry has seen its share of jobs decrease by 9.3 per cent.
This has impacted on both the workforce and on wages for both the industry and its employees.
The research also found a significant shift in the manufacturing sector, which was experiencing a decline in its share in the workforce from 28.9 per cent in 2013 to 24.4 per cent by 2020.
The study noted that these shifts in the industrial sector are mainly due to a decrease in manufacturing jobs and that the overall industry is in recovery.
The report also found there are now more than 3.5 million people employed in chemical manufacturing, but there is a shortage of workers.
The government has promised to invest $200 billion in the industries sector over the next 10 years.
However, the ILO report noted that only about 30 per cent of these jobs will be filled by 2019, which could put off companies that are currently looking to hire more workers.
According to the study, the manufacturing and service sectors are the most affected sectors, with a rise of 2.6 million jobs from 4.3 million jobs in 2012.
The sectors with the most employment in chemical industries have been the oil and gas, cement and plastics, and food processing, among others.
The manufacturing sector has seen the largest job losses over the last decade, but this is not necessarily a sign of impending job losses.
The manufacturing sector is the biggest employer in the country and has seen growth in the last two years, with manufacturing growth being nearly double that of the overall economy.
In the last year, manufacturing employment increased by 1.3 percentage points to 2.3m people.
However there is still a shortage in manufacturing employment, with more than 2.7 million jobs left in the sector.
The impact of the industry on wages is not entirely clear.
The ILO study found the manufacturing industry is more susceptible to fluctuations in wages than other sectors, and that this may lead to a loss of wages.
It also found the overall cost of living has decreased since 2010.
In 2017, the average Indian earned Rs 2,400 per month, which is less than half the average wage of $6,400.
However this is due to rising inflation and low wages.
India’s labour costs rose by 0.2 percentage points in the past year.
The report noted there were also concerns about the safety of chemicals, especially in India, which led to the introduction of legislation in 2014 to ban the manufacture of chemicals and the importation of chemicals into the country.
The government has said it will invest $500 billion in industry over the 10 years, which will allow more people to enter the industry, and will also provide a better environment for people to work.
The country’s manufacturing and services sectors are likely to remain important for jobs in a few years, the report said.