New Delhi: The provisional payroll data of Employees' Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) today reveals that EPFO has added around 14.65 lakh net subscribers during July this year.

The data highlights a growing trend in net payroll additions for last four months. For the month of July 2021, the net subscriber addition has increased by 31.28 per cent as compared to the previous month of June 2021 when the total additions were 11.16 lakh.

Of the total 14.65 lakh net subscribers, around 9.02 lakh new members have come under the social security umbrella of EPFO for the first time. Around 5.63 lakh net subscribers exited but rejoined EPFO by changing jobs within the establishments covered by EPFO.

Data also reflects that during July 2021, the number of members who have joined EPFO for the first time has increased by 6 per cent, members who re-joining has increased by around 9 per cent while members who exited have decreased by 36.84 per cent as compared with previous month.

Age-wise comparison of payroll data shows that the age-group of 22 to 25 years has registered highest number of net enrolments with 3.88 lakh additions during the month of July. This is followed by age-group of 18-21 with around 3.27 lakh net enrolments.

State-wise comparison of payroll figures highlights that the establishments covered in the states of Maharashtra, Haryana, Gujarat, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka are in lead by adding approximately 9.17 lakh subscribers during the month, which is around 62.62 per cent of total net payroll addition across all age groups.

Gender-wise analysis indicates that the share of female enrolment is approximately 20.56 per cent of the total net subscriber addition during the month. The net addition of female subscriber increased to 3.01 lakh during July this year as compared to 2.18 lakh in June, 2021. This is largely due to lower female member exits and higher new joining during the month.

Industry-wise payroll data indicates that expert services category consisting of manpower agencies, private security agencies and small contractors etc. constitutes 41.62 per cent of total subscriber addition during the month. Apart from this, growing trend in net payroll additions has been noted in industries like trading-commercial establishments, engineering products, building and construction, textiles, garment making, hospitals and financing establishments.

EPFO provides provident fund, pension benefits to the members on their retirement and family pension and insurance benefits to their families in case of untimely death of the member.

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