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Greece scores low on index for skills development, activation and matching
PWC report finds Greek fire damage above average despite lower incidence
Births rise slightly, divorces fall in latest living conditions report
Parties take another look at granting vote to Greek expats
Recent study issues warning over ageing population, future pension burden
Over 26 pct of young Greeks out of education, training and work - second highest in EU
Greece has the second highest share in the European Union of NEETs – young people aged 20-24 who are neither in employment nor in education or training – and also saw its proportion of NEETs jump by 9.3 percentage points over a decade, data from Eurostat shows.
In ten countries, however, the NEET rate decreased, most significantly in Germany (by -5.9 percentage points to 9.3 percent), Bulgaria (-5.3 pp) and Sweden (-3.4 pp).
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