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Greece Ranks First in EU in Smartphone Recycling

Greece leads the European Union in smartphone recycling, boasting an almost 18 percent recycling rate, as per Eurostat data. This surpasses the EU average, where only 10 percent of Europeans recycle their old mobile phones. Eurostat findings highlight Greece, Austria...

Greece Tops EU in Subjective Poverty for Low-Educated People

Greece ranked highest among EU nations in terms of individuals with a low level of education who are also considered poor. The data was recently revealed by Eurostat. The subjective poverty rate for this group in Greece is 81.6 percent,...

Life Expectancy in Greece: The Regions Where People Live Longer

The average life expectancy in Greece is 80.2 years roughly the same as the European Union average (80.1 years), according to the latest statistics by Eurostat for 2021. The EU statistical agency says that for women in Greece, life expectancy...

Greece Ranks Third in EU for Struggling to Heat Homes

Greece has ranked third within the European Union for the highest prevalence of home heating challenges. According to the latest statistics released by Eurostat, 18.7 percent of the population reported difficulties in keeping their homes adequately warm during the...

Greeks Have the Highest Working Hours in Europe, New Study Reveals

New statistics from the University of Groningen, incorporating Eurostat data, reveal that Greeks have the most working hours among Europeans. The new data showed that Greece leads the pack with an impressive average of 2,036 working hours per year. Poland and...

Greeks Among the Oldest Young Adults to Leave Parental Home

Greece is in third place in Eurostat's European ranking of the age at which young people start living independently. According to recent data, on average, Greeks leave their parents' home at 30.7 years old. As of 2022, on average, Europeans...

Inflation in Greece Eases as It Hits Record 10.6 % High in Eurozone

Inflation in the Eurozone areas hit a record high of 10.6 percent in October, up from 9.9 percent in September, according to the data released by Eurostat on Thursday. A year earlier, the rate was 4.1 percent. This represents the...

Greeks Rank at the Top of the EU in Positive Self-Perceived Health

Greek and Maltese nationals aged 45-64 ranked first in the European Union in terms of positive self-perception of their health.

Greece Has the Lowest Pupil-Teacher Ratio in Europe

Greece has the lowest pupil-teacher ratio in the European Union with an average of 8.7 pupils per teacher, according to a study recently published by the EU's statistical body Eurostat. According to the study, the average number of pupils per...

Commercial Flights Decrease Across EU, Except Greece

Greece was the only Member State defying a pan-European decrease in the volume of commercial flights in July, Eurostat says.