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Unregistered Employment Down by 2.3 Points As of July 2013, around 9.9 million people work in the informal sector.
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21/11/2013   ANKARA – Unregistered employment decreased by 2.3 points year-on-year, settling at 37.9 percent as of July 2013. The TEPAV Employment Monitoring Bulletin reported that the number of unregistered workers was around 9.9 million, 55 percent emp [More]
TEPAV: "Non-Agricultural Employment among Women Increases, Although in the Informal Sector” New employment opportunities for women were generated mainly by the services sectors; education, health and tourism being chief among them.
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15/08/2013 ANKARA - TEPAV reports that women’s share in the non-agricultural employment increased by 5 percentage points and exceeded 4.8 million in the first quarter of 2013, although 27 percent of women’s employment is still in the informal sector. Ove [More]
Highest Employment Growth in Textile, Wearing Apparel and Food Sectors… The sectors employ thirty-nine percent of the total insured workers in manufacturing industry.
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06/01/2013 ANKARA – The number of insured workers in the manufacturing industry reached 3,326,000 in September 2012. Thirty-nine percent of the total employment in manufacturing was in the textiles, wearing apparel and food products sectors. The fourteenth [More]
The Number of Businesses Declared to the SSI Increases by 101,000 As of the end of August, there were 1,495,000 registered businesses.
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25/12/2012   ANKARA – The number of businesses declared to the Social Security Institution (SSI) increased by 101,000 between August 2011 and 2012. The number of businesses registered at the SSI therefore increased to 1,495,000. This corresponds to an ann [More]
The Number of Insured Artisans Continues to Rise In July 2012 the number of insured artisans reached 1,938,000.
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15/12/2012   ANKARA – TEPAV states that with the ongoing recovery in the statistics, the number of insured artisans as of July reached 1,938,000. The twelfth issue of the TEPAV Employment Monitoring Bulletin reports that the number of insured artisans (n [More]
Retail Trade Records the Highest Rise in Employment Insured employment in the retail trade sector reached 1,000,074 in January 2012.
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09/05/2012 ANKARA – Overall insured waged employment reached 10,957,000 in January 2012. The highest rise in employment was recorded in the retail trade sector, with 1,000,074 total employment. The sixth issue of the TEPAV Employment Monitoring Bulletin re [More]
Women’s Employment Increases in the West, Decreases in the East Women’s employment is highest in Denizli, İzmir, İstanbul, Edirne, and Kırklareli and lowest in Şırnak, Ağrı, Bitlis, Van and Siirt.  Employment among women continues to decline in  eastern Turkey.
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29/12/2011 ANKARA – The ratio of women’s employment, which averages 23.7 percent in Turkey, falls as low as 6.8 percent in the eastern provinces of the country. The ratio of women’s employment is highest in Denizli, İzmir, İstanbul, Edirne, and Kırkl [More]