In April, the annual decrease in the number of settlers İŞKUR hiring, 89 percent in Istanbul, was 76 percent in Turkey. Higher education graduates constituted 28,5 percent of those who settled in Istanbul. However, among the higher education graduates, there was no public placement in İŞKUR. In March, 27 percent of unemployment benefit applications were made from Istanbul. In one year, applications increased by 40 percent, while the number of people who deserved unemployment decreased by 4,6 percent. According to March data, 64 percent of the workplaces in Istanbul employed three or fewer people.
Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality Istanbul Statistics Office published the June 2020 Labor Market Istanbul Economy Bulletin, where the labor market for Istanbul is evaluated. The bulletin contained the following information:
Employers decreased by 89 percent in one year with İŞKUR
In April 2020, the number of those who settled in Istanbul through İŞKUR decreased by 89 percent compared to the same month of the previous year and by 70,7 percent compared to the previous month, reaching 4 thousand 51. In general Turkey percent compared to the same month of the previous year, the number of people who settled hired in April 76, a decrease of 59 percent compared to previous month was 30 thousand 286. Recruitment of the settlers, 32 percent in Istanbul, constituted 35 percent of women in Turkey
No higher education graduates entering public with İŞKUR
Higher education graduates constituted 28,5 percent of those who settled in Istanbul in April. No higher education graduate has been placed in public employment through İŞKUR. Higher education graduates who started working in the private sector were 153 thousand in March.
Number of applicants for unemployment benefits increased by 40 percent
unemployment benefits in Istanbul in Turkey, 27 percent of the occurrence of the applicants, 40 percent compared to the same month of the previous year the number of applicants in March; Compared to the previous month, it increased by 48 percent to 58 thousand 672. In March, the number of people who deserved unemployment benefits decreased by 4,6 percent compared to the previous year and 6,4 percent compared to the previous month.
The number of insured employees was 5 million 376 thousand 674
In March 2020, the total number of active insured in Istanbul increased by 17 thousand 197 people compared to the previous month, 5 million 376 thousand 674; The increase of 125 thousand 442 people in Turkey was 22 million 21 thousand 671. Both in Istanbul in Turkey than the previous month and increased the number of insured under 4 4B. To reduce the number of insured under 4C in Turkey. When compared to the previous year, a March also increased both in number of insured under the 4A and 4C in Turkey Istanbul, Turkey reduced the overall number of insured in the context 4B.
In March, average daily earnings increased by 17 percent annually
In March 2020, both in Istanbul, a 17 percent increase in average daily gain compared to the same month of the previous year in Turkey it was realized £ 171. In Istanbul, the highest increase was in private sector employees with 17,5 percent, while the lowest increase was in public employees with 12,8 percent.
Average daily earnings were 166 TL for women and 173 TL for men
According to the March 2020 data, the average daily earnings in Istanbul increased by 17,4 percent compared to the same month of the previous year and reached 166 TL, increasing by 16,9 percent for men and 173 TL. In Turkey, the women in March, average daily gain of £ 141, while men were identified as £ 155.
64 percent of the workplaces in Istanbul employ three or fewer people
In Istanbul, the total number of workplaces reached 538 thousand 956 in March. The share of workplaces with a maximum of 3 people in the total workplace was 64 percent. The share of workplaces employing 50 or fewer people, of which 30 percent of the insured is employed, was recorded as 96 percent. In Turkey, 31 percent of the number of people who employ over a thousand work places and activities in Istanbul, has reached 35 increased by 485 units compared to March of last year.
Labor Market Bulletin, Social Security Institution (SGK) and Turkey Business Association (TEO) was prepared utilizing the data.