Greek citizens have long complained that they have little hope of finding jobs in the eurozone, but that has changed in recent years.
The eurozone’s latest economic crisis has made it difficult for Greek citizens to find work, with many saying they have not been able to find jobs because of the austerity measures introduced by eurozone governments.
According to data released by the Greek Statistics Authority, around one-third of all Greeks in employment are unemployed.
In the country, about 1.6 million people are unemployed, or 5.5% of the total population.
Economists say that while unemployment rates have been high, unemployment rates in Greece have been rising.
Greek unemployment was the highest in the European Union at 30% in March.
In the past few years, Greece has become more and more dependent on the aid it receives from the European Commission.
The Commission has allocated around €1.2 billion to the Greek government in exchange for a €1 billion loan, and the country is struggling to meet the repayments.
The EU’s main concern is that the Greek bailout will only last until 2020, and that the new Greek government would be able to pay back its debt, even though it is not yet able to meet all its obligations.
The IMF says that if Greece does not meet its debt obligations, Greece will need to seek other loans, which could lead to further financial instability in the country.
The country has also been unable to meet its international commitments to its debt to the IMF, which it says has been unsustainable.
Greek politicians have accused the IMF of “shameful” behaviour, saying it is unfair to the country’s people.
“The IMF has been acting as a referee, a judge in this case,” Greece’s Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said.
“If we want to live in a Europe that is fair and equal, it is very difficult to make our voices heard in the IMF.”
He added: “They should not get their money and they should not be allowed to dictate to us what we can and cannot do.”