The survey on labour market conditions in Greece and the experiences and attitudes of the workforce on relevant policy issues was first launched by the Nicos Poulantzas Institute in 2020 and has been conducted annually since then. This survey is particularly important in a country like Greece, where employment, wages and labour rights were severely affected by the economic crisis and the bail-out programmes implemented in the 2010s.

This report focuses on the findings of the aforementioned survey that explain how the increase of inflation for basic commodities as well as the high cost of housing and energy and the insufficient wages would not allow the working population in Greece to achieve a decent standard of living for themselves and their families. Our report provides also some additional information on the gap between different genders and age cohorts.


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