ESYE

AcronymDefinition
ESYEExtra Skills for Young Engineers (symposium; Germany)
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Since 1998 LFS has been conducted four times a year--instead of once per year until 1997--with a sample of about 80,000 records for the whole country (0.7% of the total population) in each of the four quarters (ESYE).
ESYE (National Statistical Service of Greece, 1988-2008), Statistical Yearbook and Labour Force Survey.
Unemployment in the region fell by half a unit in 2001--after a fall of four units in 2000--to 6.6% of the workforce (10.5% for the whole of Greece), the lowest proportion nationally [source: ESYE (www.statistics.gr)].
Between the census of 1991 and the census of 2001 the population rose by 9.9%, the third largest rise nationally after the Southern Aegean and Crete [source: ESYE (www.statistics.gr)].
According to ESYE 17.1 percent of the budget is used for food.
According to the ESYE Statistics Institute, this decline began to gather pace in 1993 when strikes cost 1 million hours.