Youth Unemployment Still Unrelenting in Europe

July 18th, 2015
in News, econ_news, syndication

from Felix Richter,
by Niall McCarthy

According to Eurostat, youth unemployment is still unrelenting across Europe.

Follow up:

In March 2015, the most recent month where data is available for all 28 EU nations, Spain had the worst unemployment rate for people under 25 years of age, 49.9 percent. Greece was only marginally better off with 49.7 percent.

At the very opposite end of the scale, Germany and Austria had the very best youth unemployment rates with 7.2 and 9.9 percent respectively. Across all 28 countries, 4.8 million young people were unemployed in March 2015 - 20.9 percent in total.

This chart shows the youth unemployment rate in the European Union in March 2015.

Infographic: Youth Unemployment Still Unrelenting in Europe | Statista
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