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Many Greek Bosses Unable to Offer Full-Time Jobs

    More Greeks are in work but over half are struggling to get by on flexible or part-time contracts, data reported in Greek media has suggested. Although many are pleased to be in work, employers are struggling to hire or retain...

Half of New Greek Jobs are Part Time and Underpaying

One half of new jobs in Greece's private sector are part-time and pay below minimum wage, according to figures released by ERGANI. May figures look promising regarding the number of hirings, but the wages are low and half of the...

Data Shows Greece's Job Loss in January 2017 at 16-Υear Record Low

The latest data released by the Greek Labor Ministry's IT system, Ergani, shows that the job loss rate in January 2017 has hit a 16-year record low. The numbers show that some 29,817 jobs were lost in the month of...

Over 37,600 Jobs Lost in November in Greece

Over 37,600 salaried employees in the private sector lost their jobs in November, according to Greece's labor ministry figures released on Monday. According to the labor ministry's Ergani computer system, an upward turn in employment shown in the summer months...

Employment Increases but Wages Decrease to Under 400 Euros Per Month

Flexible, cheap work agreements are becoming the norm in Greece with young people under 29 years most affected. Data by Ergani Center for the Support of Employment and Entrepreneurship in Women found that one in two recruitments from a...

Wage Employment in Private Sector Up in March

Wage employment in the private sector grew in March as the hiring/dismissal balance showed a surplus of 29,351 job positions, official data showed on Monday. A monthly report by “Ergani,” the IT system of the Greek Labor ministry, said that...

16,658 Greeks Lost Their Jobs in July Due to Capital Controls

The capital controls imposed in Greece on June 29 cost 16,658 private sector employees their jobs, said an ERGANI Centre report. Traditionally, July is a month when there are a lot of hirings since it is the peak of the...

Greece Just Keeps Bleeding Jobs

Prime Minister Antonis Samaras' touted "success story" for Greece is floundering again in the wake of statistics that showed nearly 35,000 jobs more were lost than created in October, according to the Labor Ministry’s Ergani database, which records hirings...