Average IQ in Greece
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Population size: Approximately 10.4 million people.
Life expectancy: Around 82 years.
Birth rate: About 8.2 births per 1,000 population.
Average age of the population: Roughly 45 years.
Percentage of the urban population: About 79%.
Average salary: As of 2019, the average gross annual earnings in Greece were approximately €21,000. However, salaries can vary widely depending on the sector and profession.
Unemployment rate: Around 15.5% in late 2021.
Inflation rate: Close to 0.2% in 2021.
Level of investment in science and technology as a percentage of GDP: Data specifically for Greece wasn't readily available, but the EU average is around 2%.
Educational and cultural indicators
Percentage distribution of education levels: A majority of the adult population has completed upper secondary education, with a growing percentage having tertiary education degrees.
Average expenditure on education: Greece's education expenditure as a percentage of GDP is approximately 4%.
Duration of education: Basic education in Greece lasts for 9 years (6 years of primary education and 3 years of lower secondary education). This can be followed by either general or vocational upper secondary education.
Percentage of the population with internet access: Around 85%.
Percentage of literate population: Greece boasts a high literacy rate, close to 97%.
Percentage of the population with higher education: Roughly 30% of the population aged 25 to 64 has completed tertiary education.
Proportion of the population engaged in research and development activities: This data wasn't immediately available, but Greece's R&D personnel as a percentage of total employment was less than 1% based on older data.