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More than 6 million unemployed people in Iraq: a crisis that is worsening without treatment

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More than 6 million unemployed people in Iraq: a crisis that is worsening without treatment Empty More than 6 million unemployed people in Iraq: a crisis that is worsening without treatment

Post by rocky Fri 07 Oct 2022, 7:11 am

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October 07 2022The minimum salary for a worker is 350 thousand dinars only, which is approximately 237.6 US dollars (Getty)
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The General [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] raised the file of the [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] in the country, whose numbers are increasing annually without solutions, stressing that the numbers have reached 6 million unemployed, amid calls for the government and responsible authorities to take responsibility for the file.
The file of the unemployed in Iraq is one of the most prominent files that have witnessed an aggravation, especially in recent years, and most of these are university graduates who hold high degrees. Despite the promises made by successive governments to find solutions to this file, including providing job opportunities and government appointments to reduce [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] rates , this comes to no avail.

According to the head of the Federation, Star Denbos Barak, "there are 6 million unemployed people in Iraq, and this file did not have government treatments," noting in a statement to the official Iraqi news channel, that "the crisis of the unemployed is worsening in the country."
He pointed out that "there are also 6 million workers in Iraq, including 650,000 registered in the Social Security Department, and that the minimum salary for a worker is 350,000 dinars only (237.6 dollars), stressing that "no amendment has been made to the Social Security Law 51 years ago, In addition, only 10% of the private sector is activated and registered within the guarantee department.” (The dollar = 1473.3 dinars).
He pointed out that "foreign labor enters Iraq without the knowledge of the Ministry of Labor, as according to the statistics we have, the number of foreign workers in Iraq is more than one million."
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For his part, the civil activist, Ali Al-Zergawi, stressed that the unemployment numbers are very worrying and that they are increasing annually with the defense of university graduates, indicating to Al-Araby Al-Jadeed that “the Ministry of Labor has not announced any accurate statistics that match the reality regarding the numbers of the unemployed, and that its latest statistics spoke About one million unemployed people, a number that represents only a small part of those numbers.
He stressed that "the figure announced by the Workers' Union (6 million) is close to reality, which requires radical solutions," stressing: "The government and the responsible authorities must end the state of ignoring this dangerous file, and know that the increase in the number of the unemployed is a waste of youth energies and competencies, It is destroying the country."
The increase in the number of the unemployed in Iraq has prompted, since 2019, the emergence of large popular demonstrations, the nucleus of which were those. The demonstrators demanded the creation of job opportunities, the provision of services and the elimination of corruption.
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