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This article undertakes an investigation into and comparative assessment of the problem of labour force migration in Europe as well as the particular case of Turkey, with a view, inter alia, to single out the dissimilarities between the two. More specifically, the sectors and jobs in which foreign workers are, as well as their social security rights are inquired. The article underlies that, as the case is throughout the world, demand for illegitimate foreign workers in our Country too concentrates in unskilled jobs and labour-intensive sectors, with employers’ demands rather then workers’ skills being decisive in the process. Accordingly, the paradox involved in the restriction of the means of mobilisation of those who live on their labour is pointed up in a world that is allegedly being globalised.