World Bulletin / News Desk
Turkey will be one of the three countries where employment increase will be the highest among Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) countries.
The increase in employment will be 2.2 per cent in Turkey next year, following Israel and Mexico with 2.7 per cent, shows data gathered by Anadolu Agency from OECD reports.
U.S. and Luxembourg comes after Turkey with 2.0 per cent, while it will be 1.3 in Canada, 0.7 in UK and 0.5 in Germany.
The report also shows that employment rate will decrease next year in 9 countries including Japan, Greece, Italy, Holland, Poland, Portugal, Slovenia, Spain, and Czech Republic.
Greece will see the sharpest decrease with 2.1 per cent followed by aforementioned countries.
Overall expectation for OECD countries, on the other hand, will be a 1 per cent increase in employment while Euro Zone will face 0.2 decrease.