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Over 5 Million Jobless Youths in EU; Greece, Spain at the Top

A new level of record unemployment was reached in the eurozone in July at 11.3%, the highest since the creation of the 17-member single...

Greeks Not Big on Using Computers, Says Eurostat

The percentage of people that use computers between the ages of 16 and 74 in Greece is among the lowest in the European Union,...

Central Government Budget Deficit Widens in January

Greece's central government budget deficit reached 490 million euros (408 million pounds) in January as tax revenues declined and spending increased from a year...

Greece Sees Record Rise in Unemployment in 2011

Greece, Cyprus and Spain are the EU countries seeing the highest rise in unemployment at the end of 2011 compared with the same period...

Under-25 Unemployment Rises, Worst Rates Found in Spain and Greece

The rate of unemployment for those under age 25 continues to rise. In November 2011, it was at 22.3% in the 27 member states (compared...

Greek Unemployment Hits 17.6% – and Climbing

Despite 18 months of pay cuts, wage hikes, and slashed pensions, a $157 billion bailout – and now forgiveness of half of its new...

Fake Deficit Employed to Impose Harsh Austerity Measures

According to Zoe Georganta, Professor of the University of Macedonia and until recently member of the board of directors of the Hellenic Statistical Authority...

EU Wants Greek Private Sector Workers Pay Cut Too

  ATHENS – With public workers set for another barrage of pay cuts – teachers already bracing for a retroactive salary slash of 380 euros,...

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