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Illegality is so much a part of the system in Greece that if you own a business of your own, every 3 years the tax office (I call them the Tax Mafia) offers to let you pay a nice little sum (starting at around 3000 euros for small businesses) up front and thereby avoid being audited.
Those who refuse to pay the sum are audited, and 99% of the time they are fined a far greater sum for some small discrepancy found in their books.
In an era when two incomes are often necessary for survival, it is of course acceptable for a woman to work, even to have a career.
Just dont ever forget that no matter how much money you are bringing in, his job is more important, and he will always be more tired than you when he gets home, so youd better have that dinner ready! "No man is going to date a woman with such square shoulders. Unfortunately, the employment experience for a foreign woman in Greece is on par with the dating scene.
At one interview for an administrative position in a school, I was asked by my male interviewer how I would handle sexual harassment coming from my boss (in other words, himself) versus an overture by the janitor.
Needless to say, I didnt pursue that position further!
The problem is, she tends to dominate throughout the duration of her sons marriage as well!
In fact, it has been my experience that the average man in Greece is threatened by a woman showing any kind of strength.There is passion for the feminine, but no real love for the female, admiration for the lady, but contempt for the woman.An educated woman is doomed in the face of a sweet ignorant one, the experienced one scores far fewer points than the innocent. If you are determined to get involved with a Greek man, there are several rules you should follow.And if you are a woman with a little muscle tone, you are doomed to a dateless future. As one 40-year-old man explained to me, if I want to find a man I have to look less independent. You look too strong and confident." With that bit of information I squared my shoulders even more and walked off. Beware the snare of clever employers that will lose no time in taking advantage of your ignorance of labor laws in Greece.If you find work through an employment agency in your own country, your rights will usually be protected, but venture out on your own and you are sure to be exploited.