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Turkey Jobless Rate Rises  to 12.1%
Turkey Jobless Rate Rises  to 12.1%

Turkey Jobless Rate Rises to 12.1%

Turkey Jobless Rate Rises to 12.1%

Turkey’s unemployment rate rose to 12.1% in November 2016, reaching its highest level since March 2010, according to the labor statistics revealed by the Turkish Statistical Institute on Wednesday, Anadolu Agency reported. Unemployment rate increased by 0.3 percentage point compared to October 2016, as the rate kept its steady advance for the seventh month in a row, while a 1.6 percentage points rise took place compared to same month of the previous year. The number of unemployed people age 15 and over was 3.7 million in November 2016, up 590,000 from the same period the previous year.

 

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