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The jobless rate in the country has risen to a six-month high of 9.5% this year, up from 7.7% in the same period last year, according to the latest figures from the Central Statistics Office.
The rate has increased steadily in the last two years, reaching 8.9% in March, 9.2% in April and 8.8% in May.
In May, the jobless figure stood at 8.6% and was predicted to remain at 8% for a while.
The Bureau of Statistics, in a recent report, had projected that the job market would remain healthy through to September.
The number of jobless persons in the population of the Country increased to 6.8 million, the same as in the previous month.
The jobless rates for the states of Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh have remained steady in the year-end as the number of the unemployed rose to 11.9 million, 12.3 million and 12.8 percent respectively.
The joblessness rate is expected to remain stable through to March.
In the month of March, there were over 6,000,000 unemployed persons, while in the month since the onset of the economic crisis, the unemployment rate stood at 10.4% according to a recent poll conducted by the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII).