Re­tail Ed­u­ca­tion:

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The In­dian Re­tail In­dus­try is very vast and is con­sid­ered to be a plat­form which has em­ploy­ment for all. Be it the ed­u­cated, barely ed­u­cated or the un­e­d­u­cated, the skilled or the un­skilled, labours or man­agers, ev­ery­one can find some kind of em­ploy­ment in this in­dus­try. The rea­son for this end­less em­ploy­ment op­por­tu­nity is sim­ple – the In­dian Re­tail In­dus­try has been on a con­tin­u­ous growth spree since its in­cep­tion. With each pass­ing day, plenty of re­tail space is be­ing cre­ated, and along with this come em­ploy­ment op­por­tu­ni­ties.

There was a time, when mak­ing a ca­reer in the re­tail in­dus­try was con­sid­ered an easy thing. Ide­ally, de­part­men­tal stores, lo­cal shops, fac­tory out­lets, ware­houses, re­tail out­lets etc. were the com­mon­est ar­eas of in­ter­est for an av­er­age in­di­vid­ual seek­ing a job in re­tail. Store own­ers met and hired dozens of ap­pli­cants seek­ing jobs, ev­ery sin­gle day.

In­dia has the high­est den­sity of re­tail out­lets in the world – for ev­ery 1,000 per­sons there are 15 re­tail out­lets in the coun­try. The over­all size of the re­tail mar­ket here is es­ti­mated at ₹15 lakh crore at present. Out of this, 4 per­cent of re­tail trade is con­ducted in the or­gan­ised sec­tor, while the re­main­ing 96 per­cent

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