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OPTION VARIETY FOR IMPROVEMENT ENTREPRENEURSHIP (OVIENT) Mamak High School (Coordinator) Canan Deniz, Feyzi Deniz, Kemal Şimşek
The Rates of Unemployment in Turkey
The Relation Between Turkey and Mamak in Terms of Unemployment
Some Basic Reasons of Unemployment 1. A Rapid Increase in Population
2. Unskilled People
3. The Lack of Employment
4. Immigration From Rural in Undeveloped Cities Around Ankara
5. The Low of Education Level
6. Traditional Relationship
7. Mobility From Urban to Rural in Summers
8. Being Insuffiency of Entrepreneurship
9. Supplies From The Local Official and Unofficial Powers To The Dwellers
10. Privatizisations in Public Sectors
11. High Inflation
12. Modern Agricultural Techniques
13. Education System
Solution to Turkey’s Unemployment Problems 1.Small and medium- size enterprises must be supported
2. Entrepreneurship is one best solutions for unemployment
3. Supporting of vocational schools
4. Dependence on imports should be reduced and stimulus for exports provided
5. Ensuring that people have a profession
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