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More Greeks Leaving Home for Other EU Countries

The number of Greeks living in other EU states has risen significantly from 10 years ago, according to new data. Six percent of Greeks aged...

Greeks who Fled the Crisis Speak Out

It is estimated that at least 420,000 Greeks; half of which hold university degrees, left their homeland since the onset of the economic crisis in...

Seven in Ten Greek High School Students Consider Studying Abroad

Seven in ten Greek high school students consider studies abroad, says a survey conducted by professors of the University of Macedonia. Specifically, 44% of participants...

Twenty Thousand Scientists Left Greece in Five Years; Startups Funded by Parents

About 20,000 scientists left Greece to work abroad in the 2009-2014 period, while 83.5 percent of startups are funded by home savings, said Deputy...

OECD Study Shows Greeks Lag Behind in Skills and Aptitude

The recent report by the OECD on Greek manpower found that Greek adults lack skills compared to the rest of the world despite the...

Greek Doctors and Nurses Looking for Jobs Abroad

The Athens Medical Association (ISA) warned about major shortages in medical staff over the next years, since an increasing number of Greek doctors, especially...

Greek Corporate Executives Seek Work Abroad

After scientists and university graduates, corporate executives are ready to leave Greece and are seeking employment abroad. More than 5,000 CEOs, COOs and CFOs have...

An Open Letter to the Prime Minister of Greece

Greek-Canadian social entrepreneur Andreas Souvaliotis pens an open letter to Prime Minister of Greece after a Greek MP wrote a homophobic Twit to the Prime Minister of Luxembourg Xavier Bettel.

On Resiliency of Greek People

A Greek medical student from the University of Ottawa explores the role of human resilience as a resolution for the current Greek crisis. By Maria...

Does marrying a fellow Greek make life easier?

As a ‘seasoned’ individual, having experienced both sides of the Greek/non-Greek fence where marriage is concerned, I feel somewhat qualified to address this topic...