WORLD NEWS SUPERFAST
Greece News – From a new drug research hub to the island’s incubators, Greece is beginning to position itself for the Fourth Industrial Revolution ‘. According to information received by World News Superfast, when Cristalia Sarantopolo graduated from the Aristotelian University of Thessaloniki with a degree in electrical and computer engineering seven years ago, she landed in the worst job market in Europe.
Greek unemployment was 28 percent in July 2013
According to information received by World News Superfast, during the eight-year recession, the country was still half that would be a quarter of its economic growth. It still ranks as the worst contraction of any post-war developed economy. Starting a job as a fresh graduate is already difficult, but it was impossible during the financial crisis.
To search for his fortune abroad, Sarantopoulou accepted an entry-level job in the Netherlands
Salary was basic but he felt at home. According to information received by World News Superfast, while running in the Dutch company Cafeteria, it recognized several fellow graduates from the Aristotelian University Mess Hall. Even then, she wanted to return to Greece and she had to rein in opportunities. This year, during the coronovirus epidemic, one finally surfaced.