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Women in Politics: Greece Next to Last in Europe

Greece is next to last among all European nations in terms of women in politics, according to research prepared by Eurostat.

EU Says Greek Workers Fared Better than Others in Second Quarter of 2020

Greece was one of the European countries that has been proven to be most successful in protecting jobs during the second quarter of 2020, when the labor market was so severely tested throughout the European Union by lockdowns to...

Almost 6 Out of 10 Young Greek Citizens Live with Parents

Recent data released by the European Statistical Agency, Eurostat, show that almost 6 out of 10 Greeks aged 25-34 lived with their parents in 2019. Greece is only behind Croatia on the corresponding chart among 30 European countries. The average...

Greece's Industrial Production Declines Less than Other EU Countries

  Industrial production in Greece fell by less than the average decline in the Eurozone, Eurostat said in a report on Tuesday. Production worldwide has greatly slowed down in recent months due to the coronavirus pandemic and its related shutdowns. However,...

Cypriots New European Champions in Getting Married

Marriage is a serious, life-long commitment, and thus the decision to get married is never an easy one, right? Well, not necessarily, when we are talking about Cypriots! According to the latest figures published recently by Eurostat, the European Union's statistics...

More Than One Third of Greek Households Unable to Pay Utility Bills

With more than a third of households unable to pay their utility bills on time, Greece has the unenviable distinction of topping all EU countries in the largest number of people unable to do so, according to data compiled...

Eurostat Survey Finds Greeks Continue to Dine Out Despite Crisis

Despite the substantial decrease in their incomes in the period between 2010 and 2016, Greek citizens seem to have not been very keen to curtail their plans to eat out. This is one of the findings of the statistical service of...

Study Finds Greece's Social Handouts at EU Average, but Unequally Redistributed

The European Statistics Agency Eurostat published an interesting study recently about the levels of social protection across the European Union. The study presents valuable information not only about the total expenditure each member state spends to protect the most vulnerable in...

Greeks Pay Same Amount of Taxes and Other Levies As Germans, Study Finds

According to a recent study published by Eurostat, Greeks and Germans pay exactly the same amount of taxes and levies to their national state coffers as a percentage of their nations' Gross Domestic Product. More specifically, 41.5% of Greek and...

Economic Confidence Climbs Even Higher in Greece in August

According to the latest figures published by Eurostat on Thursday, the Economic Sentiment Indicator (ESI), which was already on an upward trajectory, increased even more in Greece in August. Previously scoring 101 points in June and 105.2 in July on...