Bağcılar and Ümraniye Employment Offices Are Also Opening

Bağcılar and Ümraniye Employment Offices Are Also Opening
Bağcılar and Ümraniye Employment Offices Are Also Opening

“Regional Employment Offices” project, one of the most important election promises of IMM President Ekrem İmamoğlu, comes to life one by one. The first employment office opened in Küçükçekmece in 2019 was followed by offices in Şişli, Kartal, Sancaktepe and Büyükçekmece. İmamoğlu will open the Bağcılar and Ümraniye offices on September 30. Thus, the number of Regional Employment Offices in Istanbul will increase to seven.


In order to combat unemployment, one of the most important problems of today; Aiming to be a bridge between job seekers and employers, the “Regional Employment Office” project was one of the most important election promises of Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality (IMM) President Ekrem İmamoğlu. As soon as he took office, İmamoğlu opened the first Regional Employment Office in Küçükçekmece in June 2019, opening offices in Şişli and Kartal in February, Sancaktepe in July, and Büyükçekmece in August. The inaugurations in Bağcılar and Ümraniye, which will increase the number of Regional Employment Offices in Istanbul to seven, will also be held on September 30, with a ceremony attended by İmamoğlu.

THE NUMBER OF OFFICES WILL INCREASE TO 12

With this project initiated by IMM, it is aimed to provide employment for 5 thousand citizens in 200 years. By 2020, Istanbul will have a total of 12 Regional Employment Offices. 7 of them are in Küçükçekmece, Şişli, Büyükçekmece, Bayrampaşa, Zeytinburnu and Bağcılar, Sultangazi districts on the European Side; 5 of them will serve in Anatolian Side districts Kartal, Üsküdar, Ümraniye, Tuzla and Sancaktepe.

SAME DAY OPENING IN UMRANIYE AND BAGCILAR

With the opening ceremony to be held on Wednesday, September 30th, IMM President Ekrem İmamoğlu; It will cut the ribbon of Employment Offices in Ümraniye and Bağcılar at the same time. The ceremony will start at 15:00.



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