Unemployment
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Unemployment: Someone who are
willing and available to work at current
rates, but havent been currently
employed
Labour fo...
TYPES OF UNEMPLOYMENT
1-Frictional Unemployment
2-Structual Unemployment
3-Demand Deficient Unemployment
4-Seasonal Unempl...
General Type Unemployment: When
somebody loses his job (or chooses to
leave it), they will have to look for
another one. O...
A “Modern” view of unemployment
A similar categorization is retained, but an
important distinction has been noted between:...
UNEMPLOYMENT AND TURKEY
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TOTAL LABOR FORCE AND UNEMPLOYMENT RATE
TOTAL LABOR
FORCE(000)
UNEMPLOYED
PERSON(000)
UNEMPLOYMENT RATE(%)
1993 21.469 1.6...
In 2003
The number of unemployed people was
estimated to be 2 million 493 thousand
persons with an increase of 29 thousand...
Turkey's statistical authority announces
Friday the household labour force statistics
of May 2014.
The unemployment rate i...
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We can see in this diagram that employment rate
of regions and sectors.
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Seasonal jobs
Seasonal job opportunities in
agricultural, tourism and construction
sectors begin to decrease at the
beginn...
Unemployment as Government’s problem
Full employment – an economic
climate in which just about everyone
who wants a job ca...
Whose Responsibility Is Unemployment?
Classical economists believe that people
are responsible for their own jobs.
Keynesi...
EFFECTS OF UNEMPLOYMENT
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1-EFFECTS TO THE INDIVIDUAL
Unemployed loses their self-esteem
Become depressed
Get violent
Mentally disturbed
Lead to sui...
2-EFFECTS TO THE FAMILY
Loss of family income
Leading to falling expenditure
Increase in domestic violence
Higher divorce ...
EFFECTS TO THE ECONOMY
&GOVERMENT
1-Unemployment leads to under-utilization
of resources
2-Economy therefore cannot reach ...
EFFECTS TO THE ECONOMY &GOVERMENT
5-In developed countries they become a
burden to the goverment and
6-Government must pay...
What are the solutions of Goverment ?
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WHAT KIND OF SUPPORTS ARE
PROVIDED FOR YOUNG
ENTREPRENEURS ?
KPUP
1-Young entrepreneurs who would like to
establish their own business are
supported with the grant of 10.000 Euro
and ...
3- Tax Supporting
4- The State will support the employers ‘
insurance premiums if they have
women employers over the age o...
Expected Benefits
1-Success against the unemployment
2-Providing the relation of education and
employment
3-By developing ...
FREE VOCATIONAL TRAINING COURSES in OUR SCHOOLFREE VOCATIONAL TRAINING COURSES in OUR SCHOOL
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  1. 1. Unemployment KPUP
  2. 2. Unemployment: Someone who are willing and available to work at current rates, but havent been currently employed Labour force: those people holding a job or registered as being willing and available for work KPUP
  3. 3. TYPES OF UNEMPLOYMENT 1-Frictional Unemployment 2-Structual Unemployment 3-Demand Deficient Unemployment 4-Seasonal Unemployment 5-Hidden Unemployment KPUP
  4. 4. General Type Unemployment: When somebody loses his job (or chooses to leave it), they will have to look for another one. On average it will take everybody a reasonable period of time as they search for the right job. KPUP
  5. 5. A “Modern” view of unemployment A similar categorization is retained, but an important distinction has been noted between: Voluntary unemployment:when a worker chooses not to accept a job at the going wage rate. Involuntary unemployment:when a worker would be willing to accept a job at the going wage but cannot get an offer. KPUP
  6. 6. UNEMPLOYMENT AND TURKEY KPUP
  7. 7. TOTAL LABOR FORCE AND UNEMPLOYMENT RATE TOTAL LABOR FORCE(000) UNEMPLOYED PERSON(000) UNEMPLOYMENT RATE(%) 1993 21.469 1.665 7.7 1994 22.158 1.802 8.1 1995 22.673 1.568 6.9 1996 22.919 1.382 6.0 1997 21.824 1.463 6.7 1998 22.399 1.527 6.8 1999 23.187 1.773 7.6 2000 22.031 1.452 6.6 2001 23.491 1.967 10.6 2002 23.818 2.464 11.4 2003 23.640 2.493 10.3 KPUP
  8. 8. In 2003 The number of unemployed people was estimated to be 2 million 493 thousand persons with an increase of 29 thousand persons (1.2%) when compared to the results of the previous year. KPUP
  9. 9. Turkey's statistical authority announces Friday the household labour force statistics of May 2014. The unemployment rate is up to 9.3% with a 0.9 percentage point increase. According to TurkStat, the number of employed persons increased by 601,000 compared to the same period of last year reached 26.099 million in July, 2013. KPUP
  10. 10. KPUP
  11. 11. We can see in this diagram that employment rate of regions and sectors. KPUP
  12. 12. Seasonal jobs Seasonal job opportunities in agricultural, tourism and construction sectors begin to decrease at the beginning of every August, pushing unemployment rates up in the following months. KPUP
  13. 13. Unemployment as Government’s problem Full employment – an economic climate in which just about everyone who wants a job can have one. KPUP
  14. 14. Whose Responsibility Is Unemployment? Classical economists believe that people are responsible for their own jobs. Keynesian economists believe that society owes people jobs commensurate with their training or past job experience. KPUP
  15. 15. EFFECTS OF UNEMPLOYMENT KPUP
  16. 16. 1-EFFECTS TO THE INDIVIDUAL Unemployed loses their self-esteem Become depressed Get violent Mentally disturbed Lead to suicide, drug addiction, Vandalism Loss of productive services KPUP
  17. 17. 2-EFFECTS TO THE FAMILY Loss of family income Leading to falling expenditure Increase in domestic violence Higher divorce rates KPUP
  18. 18. EFFECTS TO THE ECONOMY &GOVERMENT 1-Unemployment leads to under-utilization of resources 2-Economy therefore cannot reach its optimum production level 3-Productivity falls….economic growth falls 4-Higher crime rates…government spending on security..etc….police KPUP
  19. 19. EFFECTS TO THE ECONOMY &GOVERMENT 5-In developed countries they become a burden to the goverment and 6-Government must pay more unemployment benefits.. 7-Government tax revenue falls…since less people working KPUP
  20. 20. What are the solutions of Goverment ? KPUP
  21. 21. KPUP WHAT KIND OF SUPPORTS ARE PROVIDED FOR YOUNG ENTREPRENEURS ?
  22. 22. KPUP 1-Young entrepreneurs who would like to establish their own business are supported with the grant of 10.000 Euro and untill 25.000 Euro credit is also given with interest-free. 2 – Business ideas oriented with techology and innovations are supported with technoprenurship grant.
  23. 23. 3- Tax Supporting 4- The State will support the employers ‘ insurance premiums if they have women employers over the age of 18 and youngs between the age of 18-29 5-Everday 7 Euro. Allowance If you register for a vocational course during course. KPUP
  24. 24. Expected Benefits 1-Success against the unemployment 2-Providing the relation of education and employment 3-By developing the employment, providing contribution to the province. 4-Identifing the policy of the province by means of vocational education . 5-Supporting the development of the human resources KPUP
  25. 25. FREE VOCATIONAL TRAINING COURSES in OUR SCHOOLFREE VOCATIONAL TRAINING COURSES in OUR SCHOOL
  26. 26. Thank you for watching KPUP
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