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.

Greek bond holders stand at the entrance of Greece's central bank during a protest, in Athens Wednesday, Oct. 31 2012. Greece's two main labor unions covering civil servants and the private sector have called a 48-hour strike to protest austerity measures due to be voted on next week. The strike call came as the finance minister submitted an amended 2013 budget that raised the country's debt and deficit forecasts for next year. (AP Photo/Kostas Tsironis)

Greek bond holders stand at the entrance of Greece's central bank during a protest, in Athens Wednesday, Oct. 31 2012. Greece's two main labor unions covering civil servants and the private sector have called a 48-hour strike to protest austerity measures due to be voted on next week. The strike call came as the finance minister submitted an amended 2013 budget that raised the country's debt and deficit forecasts for next year. (AP Photo/Kostas Tsironis)

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