Greece, in ten years salaries at – 19%

Workers in Italy, the United Kingdom, Spain, Belgium, Greece and Finland gained less in 2017 than in 2016
Greece, in ten years salaries at – 19%
20 March 16:26 2018 Print This Article

Between 2010 and 2017, Greek workers’ wages recorded a decline of 19.1% on average. To say it is the latest report published by the European Trade Union Institute (European Trade Union Institute).

According to the research, Greece is however in good company. In the decade just ended, wages have been cut, even if to a lesser extent, with employers from the United Kingdom, Spain, Belgium, Greece, Portugal, Finland, Croatia and Cyprus. In six of these states, the study specifies – Italy, United Kingdom, Spain, Belgium, Greece and Finland – workers have earned less.

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