Greeks show highest mistrust in newspapers, TV and online news across EU
Part-time work, low pay characterise crisis-era job market
Three in 10 workers in part-time jobs, earning less than 400 euros
Pensions continue to be main source of income for half of Greek households
Property ownership waning in Greece as renting takes over
Government takes another stab at media regulation among growing scepticism
Latest data highlights how hard it is for unemployed Greeks to find jobs
Out of all the people in Greece who were unemployed in the fourth quarter 2015, 94.6 percent remained out of work in the first quarter 2016, in what is the highest rate in the European Union, data from Eurostat has shown.
Only Malta (3.1 percent) Bulgaria had a lower figure (3.2 percent) of unemployed moving into work. However, in both these countries, a considerably higher figure (18.5 and 14.5 percent, respectively) of unemployed moved into the economic inactivity cate...
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