tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5543481028725729645.post8817126984449493841..comments2017-02-14T18:34:50.870-05:00Comments on Greek Default Watch: Unemployment During the Greek Economic Crisis from 2008 to 2011Nikos Tsafoshttp://www.blogger.com/profile/06437862017180783547noreply@blogger.comBlogger1125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5543481028725729645.post-82946606942198293942012-03-18T18:53:57.271-04:002012-03-18T18:53:57.271-04:00That's a nice collection of statistical result...That's a nice collection of statistical results, but I feel some need to be somehow normalized. For instance, it would be useful to show percentage of unemployed people with university education with respect to the size of that specific population (all people with university education registered in the statistical agency). One may then draw some interesting conclusions. I also think that one more number is missing: the number of young people who are looking for their first ever job but cannot get one. The greek statistical agency has no direct track of them, but I assume the number is significant.Eliasnoreply@blogger.com