Live your career in Greece!
Say hi to your new lifestyle
Discover the birthplace of Western civilization and the Olympic Games. Or become an Instagram influencer by taking awesome shots of the most no-filter-needed scenery in the Mediterranean. Flavours, landscapes, ancient temples – all converge to create a world unto itself.
Greece can be your adventure playground. Live freely every moment à la Mamma Mia! Learn to dance the day and night away like Zorba the Greek. Put on your Indiana Jones boots and explore millennia-old ruins. Go island-hopping. Gaze at the sunset with someone special in Santorini and party with famous DJs in Mykonos.
Population: 10.7M. Plus you.
Capital: Athens. At least 3,400 years old.
Cost of living in Greece
Greece is a true melting pot and more affordable than its Mediterranean counterparts! The country is ancient in its roots, but modern and contemporary in its infrastructure. Boasting some of the most developed tourist facilities in Europe, Greece attracts expats, digital nomads and travellers from all walks of life.
The average monthly salary in the country is EUR 780 net, with higher wages in Athens, the capital and largest city. A single adult (20-29 years old) spends on average 700 euros/month on shared accommodation, utilities, food, transportation, shopping and nightlife.
Travelling around the country is also convenient and inexpensive, whether by car, train, ferryboat or airplane. It is also easy and fast to travel between main islands. Athens is an international hub with direct flights to many destinations.
Food and drinks
Combo meal in a fast-food restaurant
Lunchtime menu with a drink
3-course meal in a mid-range restaurant
Bottle of traditional Greek ouzo
Sports and leisure
Monthly gym membership
Escape room session/person
Cocktail drink in a downtown club
Utility bills for a 1-bedroom apartment
4G mobile phone plan
High-speed Internet (up to 1 Gbps)
Chain store clothing item
One-way ticket (public means)
Monthly pass (public means)
Taxi (tariff per 1km)
Gasoline (1 litre)
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Working in Greece
Although they spend more time at the office than their European counterparts, Greeks are very satisfied with their health thanks to the Mediterranean cuisine, climate and lifestyle. Employees work on average 42 hours a week, and extra hours are paid at 120%-160% of the regular salary, depending on the employer and industry.
Greece has a Southern European-style work culture focused on performance and a strong sense of community. Attitudes are professional, but people are warm, lively and welcoming.