Chasm between higher education and labor market

To achieve the growth leap that Greece needs to significantly reduce unemployment and replace the 1 million jobs lost due to the economic crisis and the brain drain, Greece must create a few hundred thousand highly skilled jobs in the coming years, according to a study by EY Greece, ELTRUN, the E-Business Research Center of the Athens University of Economics and Business (AUEB) and Endeavor Gre

Obama: Democratic ethos under threat but continues to inspire

Seven years after his last speech in Greece, former US president Barack Obama returned to the stage of the Greek National Opera's Stavros Niarchos Hall in southern Athens on Thursday for a conversation with Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF) Co-President Andreas Dracopoulos as part of the annual Nostos conference.

Pakistan says 350 nationals were on boat that sank off Greece

At least 350 Pakistanis were on an overloaded boat that capsized and sank in open seas off Greece last week, Pakistan's Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah said on Friday.

The boat with a capacity of 400 people had over 700 people on board, he told the country's parliament, adding that a total of 281 Pakistani families had contacted the government to seek help.

Democracy Digest: Caputova Opts Not to Seek Re-election Leaving Field Wide Open

Meanwhile, parliamentary speaker and Sme Rodina leader Boris Kollar rarely speaks about his family, but was forced to address the issue on Wednesday after one of the mothers of his 12 children by 10 wives, Barbora Richterova, accused him of beating her up in 2012 while on a holiday in Florida.

Hybrid working still popular

A new normality is taking shape in Greek businesses with the hybrid work model, as an overwhelming 90% of workers - especially young people - point to teleworking as a key factor in shaping their decision to choose a job and employers cautiously understand that this is an important factor in attracting talent.