The special economic conditions and the recession in the country make finding an income-generating job like impossible. The high unemployment rate is one of the main economic problems of the country, and just over four million students will soon be added to this job aggregate.
Meanwhile, there are jobs that are still not saturated with the market and recent developments in the country's business have evolved. For example, the health promotion plan and the country's health budget increase new capacities in medical-related fields. In the post-WWII period, the number of tourists entering the country has been noticeably increased, and hotels are sometimes booked in tourist destinations months ago.