ISLAMABAD: The Institute for Policy Reforms (IPR) survey report revealed that the unemployment rate is highest in 2016 during last 13 years in Pakistan.
As per details, the report stated that energy crisis, law and order situation and inflation are the main reasons of the increase in unemployment rate in Pakistan.
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The report claimed that people who belong to educated class are more jobless than illiterate people.
Institute for Policy Reforms (IPR) conducted Labor Force Survey regarding the unemployment in Pakistan. The report further added that over 1 million male neither getting education nor searching for jobs in Pakistan are more vulnerable to crime and militancy.
On the other hand, Quaid-e-Azam Industrial State President Khawaja Arif Qasim and former regional chairman of federal chamber Khawaja Zrar Kaleem expressed their grief over the highest unemployment rate in Pakistan and said that European slumping has affected the developing countries including Pakistan.