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
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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