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Study reveals salaries in Greece remain low

1987393The majority of high school graduates and professionals with university degrees in Greece earn between 451-1,000 euros per month, according to a new survey by
Specifically, the majority of participants have a university or college degree (33.55%), while 38.03% of them possess a Master’s degree. Those with a high school diploma are only 15.92% and 11.45% have a post-secondary education. Only 0.53% of participants possess a PhD.
The results showed the following:
The highest percentages from each level of education are low level employees today.
On the top level, from assistant manager and above, are only university graduates and people with postgraduate studies.
However, those with lower levels of education, the vast majority of participants, earn wages that range from 451 to 1,000 euros per month. At the same time university graduates and PhD holders average 1,001 to 2,000 euros per month. Many of the latter earn over 2,000 euros per month.
The highest percentages of those who are employees at every level of education have over 11 years of work experience. Yet, their wages do not correspond to the years worked.
The study also finds that university graduates and postgraduates with little work experience (1-5 years) who are earning 450 euros per month. When they reach 11-15 years of work, their salaries go up toy 750 euros per month.

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