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Over 37,600 Jobs Lost in November in Greece

Over 37,600 salaried employees in the private sector lost their jobs in November, according to Greece's labor ministry figures released on Monday. According to the...

Bertelsmann Scale: Low Scores for Greece in Social Justice Index

The annual EU Social Justice chart was presented by the German Bertelsmann Foundation. The chart, created by the foundation that is the North American...

Adecco Releases ‘Employability in Greece 2016’ Survey Showing Gap Between Skill Set and Demand

Adecco staffing agency recently released data from their survey, Employability in Greece 2016 which examined the skills set that young entrepreneurs posses in comparison...

ManpowerGroup Says 59% of Greek Employers Can’t Find Qualified Candidates to Hire

Six out of 10 employers in Greece are finding it difficult to fill their vacant job positions, ManpowerGroup said in its annual international talent...

PEPSICO Shuts Down Plant in Central Greece

PEPSICO-IVI announced changes in the supply chain of soft drinks in Greece by shutting down the plant at Oinofyta, as the official company statement...

Randstad Survey: 40% of Greeks Fear Losing Their Job

  According to the latest Randstad Workmonitor survey, four out of ten Greeks fear losing their jobs in the near future. The survey took place from...

IKA Released Salary Data for Greece: 400 Euros/Month for PT Employment

The largest Social Security Organization in Greece released data on average rates of pay. The statistics show that the average part-time worker in Greece...

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...

IMF: Greece Is a Special Case Regarding its Rescue Program

The failure of the Greek bailout program was due to a variety of factors, said International Monetary Fund Communications Director Gerry Rice on Thursday. Comparing...

Eight in Ten Greeks Live on Less than €1,000 a Month

The completion of the third bailout program in 2018 will find 90% of Greeks declaring income less than 12,000 euros per year, while at...

Greek Rail Strike from Friday July 8 Until Tuesday July 12

Rail services in Greece will be suspended from Friday July 8 until next Tuesday July 12 due to strike action by TRAINOSE workers. The...

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