Report sees fall in salary earners, big rise in part-time work during crisis

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A new annual report from the Labour Institute (INE) of the General Confederation of Greek Workers (GSEE) highlights the devastating impact that the recession and austerity measures have had on the local labour market over recent years.

The number of salary-earners fell by around 18 percent to 2.26 million between 2010 and 2014. Almost two-thirds of that drop consists of male workers. The breakdown showed that the decline for those with a temporary job reached 24 percent compared to 17...

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