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In the early 1990s, Turkey suffered from serious structural unemployment, although the country continued to lack skilled workers and managers. The number of people engaged in subsistence agriculture and in informal labor complicated efforts to make accurate estimates of unemployment and underemployment. In the absence of direct surveys, available statistical data only broadly indicated trends in labor markets (see table 5, Appendix A). In 1992 the civilian labor force totaled almost 18.5 million; the government estimated that unemployment was about 8.7 percent, but ...
lived near Fort Detrick as a little boy with his parents and fondly recounted his skills as a firefly hunter. “Some of the scientists were doing a study and offered local kids one cent for every two fireflies we captured and brought to them. Needless to say we caught bugs all summer long,” he said. Oland’s childhood view of the neighboring army base is full of nostalgia, but for the past 35 years he has reported to its gates as an employee. When asked, “What is going on at Detrick?” Oland offered a unique perspective as someone who has spent the majority of his lifetime observing ... Read More
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