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Eight Years of Greek Crisis Cost €600B

As we are approaching the eight-year-mark since the first bailout program was imposed on debt-ridden Greece, a look at the heavy losses Greek households...

One in Three Greeks Employed Part-Time in Private Sector Earns €394 a Month

Security fund data from January 2017 show that one in three Greeks working in the private sector earns on average €394.13 per  month and...

24-Year-Old Employees in Greece Earn € 380 per Month on Average

Twenty-four-year-old employees in Greece earn an average of 380 euros per month, while an 18-year-old makes 265 euros per month, a Kathimerini newspaper report...

The Shameful, Shocking €100/Month Truth About Greek People’s Salaries

The situation for Greek employees is getting worse by the month. Recent data released by the Greek Labor Ministry state that 126,956 private-sector employees...

Employment Increases but Wages Decrease to Under 400 Euros Per Month

Flexible, cheap work agreements are becoming the norm in Greece with young people under 29 years most affected. Data by Ergani Center for the...

126,956 Greek Employees Get Paid Less Than 100 Euros Per Month

Thousands of Greeks are getting paid salaries lower than 1-year unemployment benefits offered by the Greek Manpower Employment Organization (OAED) at 360 euros per...

Greeks See Wages and Pensions Slashed as New Round of Austerity Begins

The summer of 2016 turns out to be another summer of discontent for Greek pensioners and wage earners who see their incomes slashed, as...

Most Young Greeks Earn Less Than 500 Euros Per Month

Employment search engine Kariera.gr published data concerning wages in Greece. The study, conducted in collaboration with the Human Resources Workshop of the Marketing and...

Salaries, Pensions Not Excluded from Automatic Spending Cuts in Greece

Wages and pensions are not excluded from the automatic spending cuts the Greek government is obligated to make if it fails to reach fiscal...

Greek Govt to Lenders: ‘Give Us More Time for Pension Reform’

The Greek government is pressing its international lenders to exclude the pension reform plan from the backlog of reforms that need to be completed before exiting...

Greek Coalition Govt Leaders to Redefine Policy

Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras and Government Vice President and Foreign Minister Evangelos Venizelos agreed to redefine government policy over a number of issues -...

Wages in Greece Fell for the Second Quarter of 2014

Wages in Greece continued falling in the second quarter of the year, recent reports show. Greece has now become one of just three EU member-states...

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