Different societies place differing levels of importance on theconcept of "going to work". In some societies, work is less important to perceptions of individual social connection or value, while in other societies an individual's sense of worth and social standing is connectedstrongly to what a person "does for a living". But, whatever may be thecase, work is important. So, prediction and analysis of employmentopportunities in the areas is necessary for all round development of thesociety.
2) CLASSIFICATION OF EMPLOYMENT
A)Employments are classified in two major types.
Formal Sector Employment (Organised)
Informal Sector Employment (Unorganised)FORMAL SECTOR EMPLOYMENTAny job where the employee has a contract of employment, certainassured rights, pay taxes, and may be provided with a pension scheme.INFORMAL SECTOR EMPLOYMENT“Unorganized / Informal employment consists of causal and contributingfamily workers; self employed persons in un-organized sector and privatehouseholds; and other employed in organized and unorganized enterprisesnot eligible either for paid sick or annual leave or for any social security benefits given by the employer”B) Employments may also be classified into two types.1. Full Time Employment2. Part Time EmploymentFULL TIME EMPLOYMENT
Generally full time work ranges between 35 and 40 hours per week