One of the issues that have been discussed continuously since I started working as an economics correspondent is that there are no suitable people for the job. Lack of qualified labor force and shortage of students graduating from educational institutions. As a result of the fact that Turkey's education system is not planned in accordance with its production and needs, this problem has not been solved for many years.
On the one hand, there are millions of young people looking for a job, and on the other hand, there are business people who cannot find people to work. That is why feasibility and planning in education are important for this. What kind of workforce is needed in which sectors? And then the appropriate schools are opened for this? Are the schools that have been opened providing appropriate education for this need? As long as these questions remain unanswered, we will continue to discuss this in the coming years.
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