“As the same reports point out, women and young people have been disproportionately affected by the crisis, mainly due to their increased participation in industries most affected by the pandemic, such as customer service. (e.g. retail, catering, etc.) For Greece, a country that experienced ten years of crisis and an extremely negative performance in the labor market, but which is also characterized by traditionally low employment rates for women and young people, the problem is growing,” writes Dimitris Katsikas in his article for Capital.gr.
You can read the full article in Greek here.