ECONOMICS - One of every three working women employed in unpaid family works: "Some 26 percent of the employed population in Turkey last year was comprised of women, with nearly one of every three working women employed as an unpaid family worker, according to the “Women in Statistics 2012” report revealed by state-run statistics body TÜİK on March 8, International Women’s Day.
The employment rate showed a considerable gap between genders last year. The rate of employed women in the population was 26.3 percent, while the rate of employed men was 65 percent. The rate of regular or casual employees among working women was 54.3 percent and the rate of self-employed women was 10.8 percent. One third of employed women were unpaid family workers.
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