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70.6 percent of women health workers, believe that housework and childcare cause them miss out on career opportunities
Unemployment, which was 9.2 percent in 2012, came in at 9.7 percent last year, surging above expectations as sluggish growth rates dragged on the labor market
The rapid growth of the GDP and employment in the post-crisis period presents a very favorable picture of the employment situation in Turkey, the World Bank says in its latest report
Turkey’s unemployment rate increased in November 2013, reaching 9.9 percent, official data has showed
Unemployment in Turkey soared by 0.6 percentage points to 9.7 pct in October, according to data released by the Turkish Statistical Institute (TÜİK)
The opening conference of a new project 'More and Better Jobs for Women: Women’s Empowerment through Decent Work in Turkey,' will be held in Ankara
BUCHAREST - Agence France-Presse
Romanians and Bulgarians have the right to work in any of the European Union's 28 countries from Wednesday but "no major increase" in emigration is expected
A protocol has been signed between Turkish Airlines (THY) and Turkey’s aviation union for the rehiring of 305 former THY employees who were fired after participating in a strike
ANKARA - Anadolu Agency
Turkey’s monthly average labor cost was 2,680 Turkish liras ($1,244) for 2012 according to the Turkish Statistical Authority (TÜİK).
ISTANBUL - Anadolu Agency
Turkey has ranked first among 32 developed and developing countries in increasing its workforce size since the 2008 global economic crisis, marking a 22.7 percent rise.
One of every three retirees continues working in Turkey, raising the rate of informal employment in the country, recent research has revealed.
The number of unionized workers in Turkey recovered slightly from historical lows in June 2013, but the numbers remain below desired levels, according to newly released official data
Economic volatility has increased pressure on workers with 61 percent reporting that they are experiencing more stress-related illness since the downturn, finds the latest survey from Regus, the global workplace provider.