While youth unemployment rates relative to certain countries, with Turkey's youth unemployment rate was 22,8 percent which settled in fifth place. The country that ranked first was registered as South Africa with 58,1 percent.
Media monitoring agency Ajans Press examined the news stories reflected in the press regarding unemployment. According to the information compiled by Ajans Press and ITS Media from the digital press archive, the number of news related to unemployment this year was recorded as 19. When the news headlines were analyzed, it was determined that unemployment news increased with the COVID-818 process, while it was seen that there was a lot of talk about the hunger and absence limits announced recently. The layoffs experienced in the coronavirus process were also seen to play a role in this picture.
According to information obtained by Agency Press from countryeconomy.com data, youth unemployment rates have been determined by country. Thus, when determining that Turkey settled in fifth place with 22,8 percent, was recorded in South Africa with first place in the country 58,1or percent. The other 5 countries in youth unemployment, respectively, were Greece with 35,6 percent, Spain with 33,1 percent and Italy with 28 percent. The lowest rate among the countries in the list was observed in Japan with 3,8 percent. Other countries where the young unemployed are lowest, while the survey covers the age of 25, it is determined that South Africa has the highest share when looking at the general unemployment rates.
Hibya News Agency