Just 8 percent of Greece's 1.27 mln registered unemployed receive benefits

Photo by Harry van Versendaal
Photo by Harry van Versendaal

As we have highlighted before, one of the consequences of the Greek crisis often overlooked is that the vast majority of the country’s unemployed do not receive benefits as they would in many European Union countries.

In a report on Monday, Ta Nea newspaper visited this story and found that the numbers are even more alarming than most would imagine.

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