Cyprus -Greek teachers come over -March 4, 2013

With their pay cut of 30% or more, and the government curtailing the number of new hires, the number of Greek school teachers looking for work in Cyprus has doubled over the last five years, statistics from authorities show, even though the island has now been hit with an economic crisis too. According to the Educational Service Committee some 10,200 Greek teachers submitted applications to come over in the last year, which means 25% of the applicants for positions are from Greece.

English:  http://greece.greekreporter.com/2013/03/04/greek ...

 

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