Following the 2007 and 2013 Special Eurobarometer surveys of the European Commission, the latest 2019 Eurobarometer survey builds on these two previous ones and also explores additional areas, such as the trust in institutions that tackle undeclared work, openness to and experience with envelope wages, the sectors where undeclared work is most prevalent, the use of specialized apps and sites to facilitate these activities, as well as the perception of the prevalence of undeclared work in the country.
It also looks at results in terms of people’s employment or self-employment conditions, as well as the relationship between undeclared activities and working abroad.
This survey was carried out in the 28 Member States of the European Union between 11th and 29th September 2019.
For more information over the extent and nature of Undeclared Work in Greece, see the factsheet below. The survey’s summary is also provided.
All the survey’s results can be accessed here.