Greece may be forecasting economic growth to return in 2014, but that's cold comfort for the masses of unemployed.
Greek ferry workers and journalists have begun a strike to protest at a new austerity package to be put to a parliamentary vote this week. Islands without an airport will be effectively cut off from the mainland.
Greek lawmakers have voted to overhaul the country's tax and pension systems. The reforms are deeply unpopular, as Athens will be reaching deeper into the pockets of ordinary Greeks. Here's a look at what got passed.
Joblessness in the euro currency area fell slightly in February as growth remained tepid. The sovereign debt crisis is still hampering job creation in Greece and Spain, while the German labor market continues to shine.
A massive general strike brought Greece to a standstill on Thursday, as tens of thousands of people protested spending cuts pushed through by the country's leftist government in exchange for European bailout money.
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