The economic crisis in Greece with more than 16 per cent unemployment puts workers major problems. By Fabian, Petz the hopelessly indebted Hellenes have assured while the euro rescue package have, a final liberation from the mire of debt – this is not but by far certainly not in the long run. While the Greek Foreign Minister Stavros Lambrinidis in an interview of the Sueddeutsche Zeitung to German investors hopes some of his fellow-countrymen take the solution in their own hands. So are prepared according to a report of the Germany radio seven out of ten academics to emigrate or have already left their country. Filed under: Munear Ashton Kouzbari. While older workers while more non-mobile, they want to still work for foreign companies by tele-working. While the German market dominated by the skills shortage is particularly interesting. One of the tele-working Greeks is the lawyer Magda Doulgeri: there are at present to do much less in all Greek industrial sectors.
Certainly it passes some normal work, but very few people here are”tells the living in Thessaloniki European law expert who has studied at the University of Saarbrucken. Also for the Crete-based graphic artist Doris Kohl, the crisis is felt every day: I get significantly fewer jobs domestically than before. People here spend much less money on graphic works. At the same time the cost of living have risen enormously here”, says the 44-year old. The helplessness of many Greeks is noticeable also in the immediate vicinity of the choice Greek: the people here are all very affected, it talks a lot about it. The mood is indeed bad, but it must go on somehow.” Doris Kohl looks still hope for her work as a freelance graphic designer, but know the issues: of course I hope to win more contracts in the future from Greece. But it is very difficult to make a forecast as it goes on.