Crisis changing Greeks' college choices, research indicates


The Greek crisis has witnessed a boom in students seeking a career in the military or police as well to becoming psychologists, a new study comparing college choices before and after 2009 has found. 

Conducted by two PhD candidates in economics – Rigissa Megalokonomou of the University of Warwick and Sofoklis Goulas the University of North Carolina –the research finds that freshmen are opting for courses that they believe will earn them a salary soo...

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