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It’s not just young Greeks who are looking abroad, older professionals have joined the queue
With six out of 10 young Greeks looking for work unable to find any, it is no surprise that stories of graduates and teenagers leaving the country are commonplace. What goes less noticed, though, is that there are quite a few over 25s now seeking to continue their careers abroad.
It is not just young graduates looking outside Greece to find their first job but established professionals who already have work.
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