Greek Unemployment Highest in Europe, Again

Greece unemployment was the highest in Europe for the month of June with 25.6% of its potential workforce unemployed, showed the latest figures released by...

59 Businesses Close and 613 Jobs are Lost Each Day in Greece

The Greek economy is stagnating and the situation is getting worse each day due to the uncertainty over the agreement with creditors. According to the...

Mitsotakis: The Law for Dismissals will be Applied

The political scenery regarding the dismissals in the public sector seems to be a bit messy. The Minister of Administrative Reform Kyriakos Mitsotakis issued...

Greek Museum Workers Announce Continuing Weekend Strike

The Panhellenic Union of Antiquities Guards has decided to go on continuing weekend strikes in protest of a new salary system that would go...

1.5 Million Uninsured Workers in Greece

According to a survey carried out by the Labor Institute of G.S.E.E, about 1,5 million workers in Greece, both Greeks and foreigners, are working...

1/3 Of Greeks Working Abroad May not Return to Their Homeland

ICAP group carried out a research among 1,325 Greeks working in 56 countries across the globe to explore the "Brain Drain" phenomenon, on the occasion...

More than One in Four Young Greeks are Not Working or Studying

More than one in four young Greeks aged 20-34 do not work or study, according to the latest Eurostat figures for 2018. Greece is in...

Trade Union Members Vandalize HQs of Greek Federation of Enterprises (photos)

Members of the Communist-affiliated labor union PAME sprayed red painted slogans on the walls of the headquarters of the Hellenic Federation of Enterprises (SEV)...

Talks Between Greece and Creditors Resume Thursday With Slim Chances of Staff Level Agreement...

Negotiations on the bailout program review between Greece and international creditors resumed on Thursday afternoon after Wednesday's closing of the issue of settlement of...

European Commission Official Calls Greek Pension Reform Proposal ‘Ambitious’

A European Commission official who looked at the Greek proposal on pension reforms called it "ambitious," adding that further additions and changes might be...

850,000 Workers Unpaid for a Year

The financial crisis has dramatically changed the lives of millions of Greek citizens whose wages have been cut while their purchasing power has gone 30...

Average Pension at 921 Euros

According to data released on August 6 by the Ministry of Labor, Social Security and Welfare, the number of pensioners in Greece reaches 2,707...

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