Public sector staff trends survive MoU exit, change of government

Society Tags: New Democracy, Public sector, SYRIZA By: Georgia Nakou
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The latest figures from Greece’s public sector staff census show a continuation of the trends established during the latter part of the country’s financial crisis. While the numbers of permanent staff in the public sector remain static or slightly reduced compared to previous years, there have been steady increases in other categories, including temporary contract staff.

The statistics for 2019 and 2020 cover the transition to the post-MoU era, the change of government from SYRIZA to New Democracy, and the beginning of the Covid-19 crisis.

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