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Three-quarters of Greek workforce struggles to make ends meet
Just over three-quarters of the Greek workforce says it struggles to make ends meet, a rate more than double the EU average, according to a report by Eurofound, an EU agency that studies living and working conditions.
The Sixth European Working Conditions Survey (EWCS) found that 38 percent of Greek workers (both employees and self-employed people) said their household made ends meet “with great difficulty”, while the same percentage said it did “with some difficulty”.
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