Secretary Turkey - Jobs and Salary, How to find a job

What is the salary of - Secretary Turkey?
How to find a job - Secretary Turkey?
What are the typical job requirements for this occupation?
Secretary Turkey - What are the typical requirements or qualifications in job postings?


The most common places to find a job are: Ankara (capital city), Istanbul, Izmir, Bursa, Antalya

Salary for the job: Secretary Turkey - USD 263
Average salary Turkey - USD 329
Wages are paid in local currency: TRY (Turkish lira)

The impact of the work experience on the salary:
Experienced: + 17%
Mid-Career: + 9%
Entry-Level: - 10%


Chart: (1) Salary - Secretary (2) Average salary - Turkey


Chart: (1) Experienced (2) Medium experience (3) Partialy experience


Salary - Secretary: (1) Turkey (2) Greece (3) Cyprus


Salary - Turkey: (1) Secretary (2) BabySitter (3) Demonstrator / Promoter

Employee benefits
Retirement plan: Not common
Health insurance: Yes
Internal and external training courses: No
Career development plan for the employees: Not usual

Typical job requirements
Education level: High school
Certification: Not required
IT literate: Necessary
Probation period: Usually required by employers
Official language: Turkish
Knowledge of foreign languages: Necessary
Driver's licence: Not necessary
Work experience: Impact on the salary - Low

Job type:
Full Time Job
Part Time Job
Industry: administrative jobs

Working time and paid leave
Working week: Monday - Friday
Working hours per week: 45
Overtime working hours: Yes
Paid vacation days: 12 (The contract may be different)
Paid public holidays: 14.5
Lunch break: Not often
Lunch break duration: 1 hour
Flexible working hours: Rarely

Unemployment rate Turkey - 11.2%
Retirement age Turkey - 58-60

Companies in Turkey, with the highest published employment and wages for this occupation - secretary, are various consulting companies and similar firms.

As a secretary, there are several ways to earn more money than the average salary. Firstly, consider taking on additional responsibilities, such as managing social media accounts, taking on more administrative tasks, or helping with other projects. Secondly, look into the possibility of taking on freelance and temporary work to supplement your income. Thirdly, look into the possibility of obtaining additional qualifications, such as a certificate in office management, which can help you to command higher wages. Finally, network with peers in the same field and industry, and be proactive in seeking out opportunities that will add value to your skill set and help to build your professional profile.

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