The latest OECD report on Greece revealed that women continue to be underrepresented in the workplace largely due to the care responsibilities placed on them.
A study by the Lancet has shown that Greece’s population is set to shrink to levels as low as 4.7 million people by 2100, less than half of the recorded population in 2017.
Greece continues to be the most expensive country in the European Union (EU 27) for communication, according to the latest consumer price comparison by Eurostat.
ELSTAT shows decrease in material deprivation, poverty risk, while education mobility remains static
The Hellenic Statistical Authority (ELSTAT) has released a set of indicators showing changes in living conditions in Greece, poverty levels and the intergenerational transmission of living standards.
The European Commission (EC) has released its first report on the impact of demographic changes across the bloc.
The annual Digital News Report by the Reuters institute, updated for 2020, has revealed that Greeks continue to express high levels of distrust in the media sources they access.
A special white paper by Intrum examining the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on households has found that Greeks are coming under increasing financial pressure as a result of the lockdown.
Greece’s early and aggressive tackling of the coronavirus pandemic in the country led to a drop in transmissions by 81 percent, a new study has shown.
A study by the Washington-based think tank, the Tax Foundation, has found that Greek families pay among the highest rates of tax out of OECD member states.
The latest report on living conditions in Greece by the Hellenic Statistical Authority (ELSTAT) has shown that life expectancy at birth as of 2018 came to 84.4 years for women and 79.3 years for men.