A survey on fake news and disinformation, conducted by the European Commission, has revealed the general mistrust that Greeks have of their news media, as well as the perceived impact of fake news.
Research by the Centre of Athens Labour Unions (EKA) has shown that women and young workers were hardest hit by changes in Greece’s post-crisis job market.
Figures from the Unified Social Security Fund (EFKA) have revealed that around 30 percent of all paid employment falls under part-time work, with corresponding salaries remaining low.
A household survey by the Small Enterprises’ Institute (IME) of the Hellenic Confederation of Professionals, Craftsmen and Merchants (GSEVEE) has found that while the economy is expected to stabilise, expectations for the future remain low.
A survey by the National Property Owners Federation (POMIDA) has revealed that home ownership is on the decline in Greece.
Earlier this month, Greece’s media regulator started the process of examining the bids for private TV broadcast licenses.
Research by the National School of Public Health has revealed the changing habits of Greeks during the crisis when it comes to addressing their health problems.
A Christmas survey by Deloitte Greece has found that Greek consumers appear to be the most pessimistic in Europe.
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development’s (OECD) pension reform report revealed that on a global level, the organisation believes that further reforms are required to balance the impact of ageing populations.
Over half of Greeks think that life was better in Greece 50 years ago compared to today, according to a new survey released by the Pew Research Center.