It,s a view supported by Mustafa Erim, senior manager with the PricewaterhouseCoopers emerging markets team.He
says that Turkey,s workforce can be a major asset.
,It is a highly qualified, skilled and cost-effective labour force, well known for its learning capacity,, Erim says. ,With a working average for an employee of 280 days per year and nine hours per day, Turkey is the third hardest-working country in the world.,Management/accountancy
adds that well-qualified executives are available, as well as competent engineers, finance, sales and HR managers who meet international standards and speak major European languages, especially English.