Two out of five people surveyed are employed in the manufacturing sector. Education stands second with half the strength.In terms of the COVID-19 impact, employment fell in 27% of the workplaces due to the pandemic. Despite lesser jobs, eight out of every 10 workers got full wages during the lockdown period (March 25-June 30, 2020), while 16% saw their salaries reduced, and 3% were denied any wages.In the health and financial services sector, however, nine out of every 10 workers were paid in full.IT/BPO jobs have more than doubled, between 2013-14 and April 2021, growing at 152%, followed by healthcare that saw a growth of 77%. However, jobs in trade, accommodation and restaurants fell.About 31% of the employees working in the seven of the nine sectors (excluding education and health) were matriculates/secondary or less educated, while about 31% were graduates or had higher qualifications.About 29 out of every 100 workers were women, while the remaining were men. The number of women with jobs has only fallen since 2014 when 31% of the total workforce were women.Out of every 25 workers, about 22 were regular employees, while two were hired on contract. The remaining were casual workers.Among regular workers, most were employed in the IT/BPO sector and healthcare, while construction had the highest number of contractual and casual labour. Nearly 9 out of ten establishments were estimated to be working with less than 100 workers, lower than the 95% such establishments reported in the sixth economic census in 2013-14.