Youth Unemployment and Its Impact on Economic Growth: An Analysis


  • Gurdeep Singh Lecturer, Department of Management, IEM Group of Institutions, Lucknow, India



economic, growth, unemployment


Economic life in emerging countries is dominated by challenges such as unemployment and inflation. For the period 2009-2015, this study attempts to estimate the short-run tradeoff between inflation and unemployment in the Indian economy in order to determine whether such a tradeoff exists. For a short period of time, inflation and unemployment have an inverse connection, with more inflation leading to lower unemployment. In the first model, the dependent variable is unemployment; in the second model, inflation; and in the third model, real GDP is the dependent variable. The results of the study show that unemployment has a statistically insignificant influence on inflation and real GDP. According to the data, unemployment has a negative impact on inflation and a positive impact on real GDP. With a large impact on employment, prices, the standard of living of citizens, and the real GDP of countries in developing regions, unemployment is a recurring issue in all of these economies. There is a strong correlation between unemployment and inflation, although this correlation is not substantial in our current economic situation. As a result, the most important policy.


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How to Cite

Gurdeep Singh. (2022). Youth Unemployment and Its Impact on Economic Growth: An Analysis. Management Journal for Advanced Research, 2(1), 7–9.