Vulnerable households allocated 60 pct of income for housing even before cost-of-living crisisEconomy
The struggles of Greek households, particularly those considered vulnerable, in coping with the cost-of-living crisis were captured in the latest housing overburden data published by Eurostat. It shows that even before the inflation wave intensified (the latest data is for 2021) Greek households had little leeway to cope with rising prices.
Communication prices in Greece highest in EU27Society
Greece continues to be the most expensive country in the European Union (EU 27) for communication, according to the latest consumer price comparison by Eurostat.
Over one in five Greeks struggled to make ends meet in 2017Society
New data from Eurostat has revealed that over one in five Greeks is classed as severely materially deprived and were unable to make ends meet in 2017.
Greek population among highest for poverty risk, Eurostat survey showsSociety
Eurostat’s annual at risk of poverty statistic updated for 2016 showed that Greece has one of the highest percentage of population at risk of poverty in the European Union.
Greece bottom of table for gender equality progress in EUSociety
The latest gender inequality index released by the EU has revealed that Greece has made the worst overall progress on gender equality between 2005 and 2015.
Greek demographic ratios among the worst in EuropeSociety
According to a new report by the Berlin Institute for Population and Development, Greece is set to have one of the worst population demographics in Europe by 2050.
High levels of dissatisfaction among Greeks, Eurostat report showsSociety
Greek people are among the most dissatisfied people in Europe regarding a range of aspects of life, from personal relationships, commuting times, their jobs and, not surprisingly, their financial situation, a new report from Eurostat on well-being has found.