According to GSEE researchers, two-thirds of employees in the private sector no longer receive regular pay. Adding to these problems are the large increases in taxes that Greeks have to pay.Struggling to pay down debts, The government's latest austerity measures include an overhaul of tax rules, axing deductions used by most families â¿¿ for having children, mortgages on first homes, life insurance and some education expenses.
Greece's Weakened Workforce Starts To Crack
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