Greece society in free fall

Nearly 1,000 Greeks lose their jobs each day; legions more are still employed but haven’t seen a paycheck in months.

Protesters stand in front of a banner reading "Workers United never Defeated" during an anti-austerity protest by Greek labor unions in Athens, on Wednesday Oct. 31 2012. Greece's government on Wednesday outlined the new austerity measures it intends to take over the next two years, a series of painful spending cuts and tax hikes that its international bailout creditors are demanding in exchange for rescue loans. (AP Photo/Kostas Tsironis)

Protesters stand in front of a banner reading "Workers United never Defeated" during an anti-austerity protest by Greek labor unions in Athens, on Wednesday Oct. 31 2012. Greece's government on Wednesday outlined the new austerity measures it intends to take over the next two years, a series of painful spending cuts and tax hikes that its international bailout creditors are demanding in exchange for rescue loans. (AP Photo/Kostas Tsironis)

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