Where in Greece are there proportionately more women than men? Which areas have the youngest populations? Which parts of the country have the most third-level graduates? Where are non-Greek populations concentrated?
Total funding on health expenditure in Greece fell by just over one percentage point of GDP from 2009 and 2013, when it came down from 9.76 to 8.65 percent, according to revised data from the country’s statistics agencies that shows the drop is greater than previously reported.
Almost half of poor households in Greece were unable to afford a meal with meat, chicken or fish (or vegetarian equivalent) every second day and 63 percent of them were in payment arrears with utility bills in 2013, according to data on material deprivation published recently by the country’s statistical authority (ELSTAT).
The share of the income of the wealthiest fifth in Greek society was 6.6 times higher than that of the poorest fifth in 2013, data published this week by the Hellenic Statistical Authority shows.
The percentage of the Greek population at risk of poverty or social exclusion continued to rise in 2013, reaching 36 percent, up from 35.7 percent in 2012, according to data released by the Hellenic Statistical Authority on Wednesday.
Communications are hugely more expensive while prices for transport services are considerably cheaper than the EU average, according to data on price levels on consumer goods and services released by Eurostat last week.
Unemployment, cronyism and corruption are the main reasons pushing Greece’s educated youth to seek work abroad, according to research recently conducted by the business services ICAP Group.
Greek people are among the most dissatisfied people in Europe regarding a range of aspects of life, from personal relationships, commuting times, their jobs and, not surprisingly, their financial situation, a new report from Eurostat on well-being has found.
Income inequality between the richest and poorest in Greece society has increased over the past few years, with the top tenth of society earning 12.3 times more than the poorest in 2012, up from 10.5 in 2007, a report from the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development has found.
Almost three in five Greek employers are reporting difficulty in filling positions with people with the right talents, the highest rate since 2008, according to the ManpowerGroup’s 10th annual Talent Shortage Survey.