Ear cleaners and road sweepers
India has a huge unemployment problem. Anu Anand takes a look at some of the jobs - such as ear-cleaning, pushing buttons in lifts and road sweeping - people do to make a living.
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Presenter: Kate Adie
Producer: Caroline Bayley