Greece falls behind on gender equality due to drop in political empowerment
New development law chips away at Greece's Natura 2000 regime
Public sector staff trends survive MoU exit, change of government
Greeks see corruption as rife, going unpunished in new survey
Greece persistently bottom of the list for EU gender equality
Greeks less optimistic in face of second Covid-19 wave, survey finds
Wages, full-time employment feel deep impact of crisis, report shows
A large section of Greek society has experienced rapid impoverishment due to the crisis, labour market deregulation, the decline in collective wage agreements and wage cuts, the annual report from the research wing of the country’s biggest trade union federation has found.
Half of the workforce in the private sector are now bringing home 800 euros or less every month, according to the report, published by the Labour Institute (INE) of the General Confederation of Greek Workers (GSEE).
If you are already registered, please sign in.
A tailor-made service for professionals
Apart from having access to all our analysis and data, subscribers will be able to consult one-on-one with our analysts.
Read some of our analysis for no charge
By signing up to MacroPolis, readers will be able to read two of our articles without charge each month. They will not have access to our data or weekly e-newsletter.
Our analysis and data at your fingertips
Subscribers will be able to read the full range of our articles, access our statistics and charts, and receive our weekly e-newsletter for €450 per year.€480.00