Georgia sees decrease in arriving Turkish citizens looking for jobs
BAKU, Azerbaijan, July 14
By Rufiz Hafizoglu - Trend:
The number of Turkish citizens looking for job in Georgia has significantly decreased, Trend reports referring to the Turkish Employment Agency (ISKUR).
The number of Turkish citizens, who visited Georgia through ISKUR for the employment purposes, decreased by 13 percent from January through June 2020 compared to the same period of 2019.
ISKUR noted that 40 Turkish citizens visited Georgia through ISKUR during the reporting period.
From January through June 2020, 4,622 Turkish citizens went abroad via ISKUR, which is 52.6 percent less compared to the same period of 2019.
Some 67,832 citizens were provided with jobs through ISKUR in Turkey in June 2020, 65.2 percent of them accounted for women, while 34.8 percent - men.
Some 96.9 percent of the total number of those provided with jobs in June 2020 accounted for the private sector.
The number of unemployed in Turkey reached 3.3 million people in June 2020, 34.6 percent of them accounted for women while 52.5 percent for men.