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The importance of labor for production cannot be denied. Despite this, the male workforce‐ 146

It has been observed that women are not enough and compensated for this. It has been observed that women, who are inadequate in number, take their place not only in the economic field, but also in education, health, and heavy labor.

3. The Place of Women in the TSSC The primary values ​​that Turkmens attach importance to are family and descent. Among Turkmens, who have a patriarchal family type, the person who has the right to speak is the oldest man and then the oldest woman. There is a large family type that lives with their married son. The youngest son in the house is obliged to look after his parents. Other sons may remain, depending on the father’s request. In all cases, the father is the decision maker at home. The father who cannot achieve this success, that is, cannot establish authority at home, is called “heley servant” (female slave).

The results I got from my interview with about 50 people are as follows: While those over the age of 70 have 7‐10 children, those between the ages of 30‐70 have an average of 3‐5 children. The reason is that older people claim that there is a need to employ many children as a labor force, while families with fewer children cite the economic reason. In 1986, with 31 thousand families, Merv passed the capital Ashgabat (about 23 thousand) with the highest number of families, while in 1990 Merv was the most populous region, the Journal of Qafqaz University

In order to reduce unemployment, the Republic prepared an environment for people living in constant migration to live in a certain place. 148 of the Amur region in the TSSC in only the 11th five years

Turkmenistan is a state consisting of families with many children from many countries of the world and countries of the former USSR. The average number of families is low in urban areas and higher in village areas (see Table 3). Although the country is multi-national, those who mainly make up the population are Turkmens. Half of the population in the country’s employment is women. It is seen that the village population is increasing faster than the city, because they chose a means of subsistence based on agriculture and animal husbandry. Migration from the village to the city Journal of Qafqaz University

Despite the fact that women occupy a fixed position at 18% in the parliament, the fact that it is up to 40% in leadership must be due to their significant percentage in the field of education. The fact that women between the ages of 15 and 24 are close to 100 percent in education may have kept them away from being housewives. (see Table 4), the decrease in women’s life expectancy shows that they have difficult living conditions. In the same years, the increase in the number of women in industry strengthens that despite the increase in income, the decrease in average life expectancy is due to the health problem. Table 4. Status of Women

The city of Mari emerged as a privilege, even if it was looked at in terms of unemployment by regions. Although there was a job request of up to 50%, only 34% of them could be answered. Ashgabat takes the second place with 49%. These two Journal of Qafqaz University

province is the two largest provinces of Turkmenistan. Women in these provinces also have higher job demands than others, possibly due to the fact that two of the spouses have to work due to economic reasons, which is one of the biggest problems in big cities. Another reason is that these two provinces receive immigration from other regions.

5. Findings and Discussion Among the systems exemplified in the world, it can be said that Central Asia and Russia are the places where women are so integrated in the socio-economy.

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