Home    Gross Wages And Salaries Increased While Employment In The Construction Sector Decreased

The end of the labor market statistics, one of the most important data expected by the construction sector and followed closely by the economic markets, has become clear. TURKSTAT just announced statistics on the hours worked and gross wages-salaries, especially employment in the construction sector! Construction sector labor statistics are in our news.

TURKSTAT, Construction Workforce Input Indices, which explains the latest data on labor force statistics closely followed by Construction and Real Estate Sectors, III. Quarter: The figures were announced between July and September 2017.
Turkey Statistical Institute (TSI) Entering the last month of 2017, the Construction Labor statystics for the the last day III was released in November. Quarter: Explained labor force figures between July and September. According to the latest figures in the sector, there is a decrease of 8 percent in employment.
According to the latest figures released by TURKSTAT, which are relevant to the issue, employment in the construction sector decreased by 7.9 percent. Calendar adjusted construction employment index in 2017 III. in the same quarter of the previous year, it decreased by 7.9 percent. Seasonally and calendar-adjusted construction employment index decreased by 1.2 percent compared to the previous quarter.

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Working hours decreased by 5.8 percent

Schedule-adjusted construction hours worked index year 2017 3rd Quarter. In the same quarter of the previous year, it decreased by 5.8 percent. Seasonally and calendar-adjusted hours worked index of construction work decreased by 2.1 percent compared to the previous quarter in the Turkstat report took place.

Gross wage-salary increased by 6.1 percent

Schedule-adjusted gross wage and salary index year 2017 III. Quarter. In the same quarter of the previous year, it increased by 6.1 percent. The seasonally adjusted gross wage and salary index remained among the data reflected in the TURKSTAT report showing an increase of 1.7 percent in the previous quarter.

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