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ILO Finds Real Wages in Greece Fell by 3.5% in 2017

According to a study published by the International Labor Organization (ILO), real wages in Greece fell by 3.5 percent in 2017, the biggest decline...

Quality of Life Improving for Athenians

A recent survey from Eurostat, the European Statistics Authority, shows how Europeans in major cities feel about their their quality of life. There is...

Sixty Percent of Female Victims in Cyprus Don’t Report Violence

Nearly 60 percent of the women who are victims of violence in Cyprus don't report the incident to anyone, according to the shocking results...

Study: Greece’s Population to Decrease Dramatically

A new scientific study about the population of Greece and its future prospects paints a dire picture of the country's future. The study, which was recently...

US Study: Greece is China’s Strategic Beachhead into Europe

The scope of China's challenge to the American-led order is described in two unpublished and unclassified studies commissioned by the US Air Force, in...

OECD Study Shows Greeks Lag Behind in Skills and Aptitude

The recent report by the OECD on Greek manpower found that Greek adults lack skills compared to the rest of the world despite the...

Greek Teens With Bad Habits: Sweet 16 Drinkers, Smokers, Junkies, Gamblers

The University Mental Health Research Institute of Greece studying addictive adolescent behaviors found that apart from smoking, drinking and narcotics, Greek teens also have a...

Author of Study on Greek Female Sex Workers Denies Cheese-Pie Comment

A report on the increasing rates of Greek women in the prostitution industry in Greece and Greek women's motive behind involving themselves in it, has generated a...

40,000 Underage Girls Get Abortions Each Year in Greece

Despite the fact that the financial crisis has led to a significant reduction in abortions within the country’s borders, Greece still remains in the...

Could the Plague of Athens Have Been Caused by Ebola?

Many scientists believe that the first Ebola virus outbreak occurred in 1976 in the Democratic Republic of Congo (then known as Zaire) in Africa,...

OECD: Greeks are Hardest Working People in Europe

Greeks are the hardest working people in Europe, since they work 2,037 hours per year, a OECD study shows. The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development...

Film Industry Could Lead to Greek Economy Growth

A new study conducted by the Foundation for Economic and Industrial Research (IOBE) think tank and the Hellenic Film Academy (HFA) suggests that Greece needs to offer incentives...

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