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The Socio-Economic Challenges Facing Asia Due to Insufficient Earnings and Employment

Singh Tomar, Ashish (2022): The Socio-Economic Challenges Facing Asia Due to Insufficient Earnings and Employment. Published in: Amity University Press , Vol. 4, No. 2 (16 October 2022): pp. 57-66.


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Despite inadequate earnings and employment, Asia continues to face socio economic challenges that existed prior to the pandemic and have contributed to the region's difficulty in creating decent jobs and advancing towards employment. From an Asian perspective, the purpose of this study is to examine, from an Asian perspective, the extent and influence of vulnerabilities among workers as well as the socio-economic challenges they pose to the economy. After a systematic analysis of literary sources and approaches to addressing the issue of vulnerable employment, a conclusion can be drawn that such employment is unsustainable. This is based on the analysis of literary sources and approaches. As a result, it does not promote a stable economy, a strong workforce, or a stable social environment. There has also been evidence to support the idea that the appearance of such a trend has the potential to cause social unrest as a result of such a tendency. In the Asian context, it is imperative that we examine the classical definition of vulnerable employment in the context of Asian markets in order to assess the relevance of this scientific problem. In addition to the study of the effects of certain socio-economic factors on the employment of vulnerable individuals, and/or strengthening the adverse effects of vulnerable employment on those already in need, we should also examine the effects of vulnerability on those already affected.

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