Delpina Koutsoumba, 37, a trained archeologist with a master's degree who works for the ministry of culture's department of "aquatic antiquities," issuing licenses and supervising construction of ports, hotels and other investments on Greece's storied coastline.  Her take-home pay last month was 650 Euros ($860).
Delpina Koutsoumba, 37, a trained archeologist with a master's degree who works for the ministry of culture's department of "aquatic antiquities," issuing licenses and supervising construction of ports, hotels and other investments on Greece's storied coastline. Her take-home pay last month was 650 Euros ($860). MCT
Delpina Koutsoumba, 37, a trained archeologist with a master's degree who works for the ministry of culture's department of "aquatic antiquities," issuing licenses and supervising construction of ports, hotels and other investments on Greece's storied coastline. Her take-home pay last month was 650 Euros ($860). MCT

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