Don’t let figures and stories on the news discourage you from checking out this ancient paradise. Greece is possibly not the easiest country in the world to land a job right now but there are still plenty of reasons to be optimistic.
For the first time in years the Greek economy is expected to grow and huge progress has been made with the EU. While finding employment off your own bat is not easy at present, moving to Greece for retirement or on a foreign posting is still a very attractive prospect.
Numbers show Greek entrepreneurship is on the rise, as are the number of tourists visiting the country. So, whether you’re looking to open a bed and breakfast on a heavenly island or put your feet up in one, Greece still has a lot to offer.
With a low cost of living, strong social bonds, depth of culture and amazing variety of natural beauty Greece is an amazing part of Europe.
Greece is part of the EU so people with citizenship of countries in the European Economic Area (EEA) can move, live and work freely in Greece.
Here are some of the ways to live in Greece if you are a citizen of a non-EEA country:
Through your Family
Youth Mobility Visa
Here are some of the ways to get citizenship of Greece:
The passport for Greece allows you to travel to 158 countries without a visa.
Its global rank is 23.