Unemployment down in Turkey

According to statistics released by TurkStat, the unemployment level in Turkey has dropped by 1.6 percent to 9.4 percent in May 2011 compared with May 2010.

TurkStat statistics showed that unemployment fell from 2.85 million to 2.55 million as more and more opportunities became available in Turkey as the nation grows and develops further.

With the recent announcement that Turkey will bid for the 2020 Olympic Games, it seems as though Turkey is experiencing a real purple patch in terms of development and growth. A successful Olympic bid will see even more jobs created and a further decrease of unemployment in Turkey. The country in is currently strong and is moving to become a real power in the region and a market leading country.

The falling of unemployment in Turkey emphasises the impressive economy of Turkey compared with other nations in the region. Turkey’s economy grew by an unprecedented 11 percent in the first quarter of 2011 and with growth comes new opportunities and the Turkish people are prospering from that.

While the whole world seems to be shaken by the current economic crisis, Turkey is showing real strength and resilience against the economic crisis.

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