Greek families shell out for education as state system falls short
New increase in flow of refugees to Greece causes unease
Over one in five Greeks struggled to make ends meet in 2017
Greece registers 42,425 asylum seekers at rising rate in two years of EU-Turkey deal
Europe, the euro and a leader like Putin: survey reveals mixed views of Greeks in 2018
Greeks show highest mistrust in newspapers, TV and online news across EU
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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