December 30, 2013
A study conducted by Athens University of Economics and Business along with the Associate Professor of the University, Manos Matsaganis, showed that the percentage of Greeks that live in poverty has increased significantly.
Some 14 percent of the Greek population lives in poverty for the year 2013, whereas in 2009 the percentage of those who lived in poverty was 2 percent of the country’s population.
Victims of this situation amount to 630,000 people who are unemployed and some 455,000 Greek households in which none of their members have a job.
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