Thursday, 13 December , 2018

unemployment

Banques Grecques: Fermeture de 800 agences et licenciement de 8000 employés

Selon le site Keep On Talking Greece, les banques grecques sont obligées de licencier 8 000 personnes et de fermer 800 succursales dans tout...

Greek banks to close down 800 branches, cut 8,000 personnel

November 12, 2018 Greek systemic banks are forced to cut 8,000 personnel and close down 800 branches across the country. The Single Supervisory Mechanism of...

Becoming Serfs

By Chris Hedges Aug 26, 2018 You know the statistics. Income inequality in the United States has not been this pronounced in over a century. The...

The Greatest Depression

By Frances Coppola Jul 31, 2018 The IMF has just released its latest review of the Greek economy. “Following a deep and protracted contraction,” it says...

Lost in hypocrisy: Greece’s lenders celebrate end of bailout programs

August 20, 2018 A historic day. The end of bailout program. The begin an new era. Lenders celebrate the “great news.”The Greek government cheers. Greece...

(Counter)Reforms: Turning Europeans into semi-Slaves

Precarious work: Europe’s new reserve army by Harald Schumann and Elisa Simantke Oct. 25, 2017 Millions of Europeans in temporary, part-time or bogus self-employed contracts can only...

Tens of thousands line up at Amazon job fairs as Dow...

Published by www.wsws.org Two scenes played out across America yesterday, providing a window onto two separate worlds: one occupied by a small, wealthy elite; the...

Automation and migration – All our estimations were wrong | by...

One billion and 100 million jobs may be replaced in the global workforce by robots in less than a generation. According to Mc Kinsey Global...

What’s Behind Greece’s Declining Population Rate?

High unemployment leads to fewer births, but there might be a reason it’s worse in Greece. 01/27/2016 here are just a few countries in the world...

Perspectives for the Spanish Left

Nearly 30% of the Spanish population is currently classified by the Unión General de Trabajadores (General Union of Workers, or UGT) as “at risk” of poverty. Any may consider joining the estimated 700,000 Spaniards who have fled the country to find marginal employment elsewhere. Most will opt to stay, however, knowing full well that that they are