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ELSTAT shows decrease in material deprivation, poverty risk, while education mobility remains static
What will it take to reverse the Greek 'brain drain'?
One of the more worrying outcomes of Greece’s financial crisis and prolonged recession is the so-called “brain drain”, a wave of emigration by educated young professionals which many fear will severely limit the country’s growth prospects for years to come.
The pledge to create high-quality, better-paid jobs was a key plank of the New Democracy government’s manifesto. Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis has spoken of tempting recent emigrants back through “lower taxes and contributions, more investments and...
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