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DYPA: Applications for 3,000 jobs on the islands of the South Aegean begin on Monday


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The positions are subsidized (up to 8,400 euros) and mainly concern women

On Monday, October 17, specifically at 1:00 p.m., the applications for businesses operating in the South Aegean Administrative Region will begin for the 3,000 positions in the 3rd cycle of the “business grant program for the employment of unemployed people, aged 30 and over, in the Most Developed Regions” (PAP) of the country, with an emphasis on women”. Applications may be submitted until 30-11-2022 or until the positions are exhausted.

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As indicated in an announcement by the Public Employment Service (DYPA), the amounts of the wage subsidy and insurance contributions for hiring unemployed people in new full-time positions for 12 months are as follows:

  • 467 euros monthly/5,598 euros annually for unemployed people aged 30-49
  • 560 euros monthly/6,718 euros annually for unemployed people aged 50 and over
  • 606 euros monthly/7,277 euros annually for long-term unemployed aged 30 and over
  • 653 euros monthly/7,837 euros annually for long-term unemployed aged 50 and over
  • 700 euros monthly/8,397 euros annually for unemployed women aged 30 and over

Businesses interested in participating will submit their application exclusively online, through the State Aid Information System of the Ministry of Development & Investments, at

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Then, DYPA’s employment advisors will indicate candidates to the company, according to the unemployed category, the specialty and the required qualifications, and the company will choose among the candidates for recruitment.

A necessary condition is that the company has not reduced its staff in the three months before the application and has not received funding from state aid of more than 200,000 euros in the previous three years (current and two previous).

The grant includes Christmas and Easter gifts and holiday allowances.

The program, with a total budget of 26 million euros, is co-financed by Greece and the European Union (European Social Fund), through the EP. “Human Resource Development, Education and Lifelong Learning 2014-2020”.

For the Public Call and for more information, those interested can visit the DYPA website (


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