World Bulletin/News Desk
Turkey's unregistered employment rate decreased to 37.5 percent from 46.4 percent in the past decade, head of Social Security Institution (SGK) said.
Speaking to AA correspondent, SGK President Fatih Acar said that as a result of a work conducted to fight undeclared employment for four years, 1,024,000 people have been registered in the social security system.
Acar said that they aimed to reduce unregistered employment rate below 15 percent within next 10 years, adding that they would keep combating unregistered employment.
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Main opposition Republican People's Party urges government to fight against ISIL inside and outside Turkey
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Official figures show greater optimism in economy
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Council convenes for second time since July 15 coup bid
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The Turkish army shells ISIL in Jerablus, PYD in Manbij
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