On a recent trip to Greece, I met a woman who moved from Melbourne to Athens five years ago and found a job similar to the one she had in Australia.
There was one big difference: In Melbourne, she was paid $60,000 a year; in Athens, she makes the equivalent of $10,000.
Things are diabolical in Greece. Unemployment is over 25%, youth unemployment is over 54% and those who have jobs are scared to speak up to their bosses. Many I spoke to are trying to leave the country.