The agricultural sector has the largest share of Indian workers.
This statement is explained below:
a. The occupational composition of India's population shows that the agricultural sector has a larger share of workers as compared to the secondary sector and tertiary sector.
b. In India, 58.2% are agricultural labors and cultivators.
c. 4.2% of the workers are engaged in household industries.
d. 37.6% of the workers are involved in trade, commerce, construction, repair, and other services.
e. India is primarily an agrarian economy.
f. It has the maximum number of the working population due to the more availability of job opportunities.
g. The secondary sector and tertiary sector do not absorb a lot of workers due to the low rate of infrastructural development.
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