BETAM Released a Report on Discrimination against Syrian Workers

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BETAM (Bahcesehir University Center for Economic and Social Research) released a survey report called “Discrimination against Syrian workers in the labor market.” 92% of the workers said they face discrimination in different ways.

80,3 % of young Syrians who work in İstanbul or look for jobs said they face discrimination in the labor market.

Different aspects of discrimination in the labor market

According to the survey, half of the Syrians in the labor market think they work for lower wages than their Turkish colleagues and every one of four Syrian thinks they are unemployed because of their nationality. Similarly, 24% of young Syrians say their boss or manager mistreat them. 18% of workers say their colleagues mistreat them. They complain about informal hierarchy, doing “dirty works”, having shorter breaks and so on.

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