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Friday, 4 February 2011

MOBILITY STATZ FTW

I'll comment on this when I get the chance, but here's an amazing new study that ELSTAT just published and I've yet to see covered by the press back home.

Highlights:

  • The average duration of a person's first job in Greece was about 4 years. 
  • The typical amount of time elapsed between the end of a Greek person's studies and the beginning of their first job was 4 years (coincidence?)
  • 11.4% took a part-time job as their first job.
  • 50% of Greeks haven't worked in any way before the age of 22. 20% havent' worked by the age of 25. 

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