List of sovereign states in Europe by unemployment rate

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This is list of European countries by unemployment and employment rate.

State (51) 1 Unemployment rate Employment rate Date
Albania Albania2 12.9 58.3
Andorra Andorra 4.0
Armenia Armenia3 17.3 51.9
Austria Austria 4.9 71.6
Azerbaijan Azerbaijan4 6.0 60.0
Belarus Belarus 1.0
Belgium Belgium 8.8 61.6
Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia and Herzegovina 44.1 23.4
Bulgaria Bulgaria 11.6 62.6
Croatia Croatia 20.5 56.6
Cyprus Cyprus 17.4 69.9
Czech Republic Czech Republic 7.6 65.4
Denmark Denmark 6.0 75.7
Estonia Estonia 10.9 63.5
Finland Finland 8.1 68.7
France France 10.5 64.2
Georgia (country) Georgia 15.0 54.3
Germany Germany 5.3 70.9
Greece Greece 27.9 61.2
Hungary Hungary 10.5 59.0
Iceland Iceland 4.5 78.3
Republic of Ireland Ireland 13.5 62.7
Italy Italy5 13.0 57.5
Kazakhstan Kazakhstan 5.3 63.5
Kosovo Kosovo 45.3
Latvia Latvia6 9.8 60.9
Liechtenstein Liechtenstein 2.5
Lithuania Lithuania 12.4 60.1
Luxembourg Luxembourg 4.9 65.1
Republic of Macedonia Macedonia7 28.6 40.9 2013, Q4
Malta Malta 6.4 54.9
Moldova Moldova 5.8 44.7
Monaco Monaco 0.0
Montenegro Montenegro 19.1 41.5
Netherlands Netherlands 6.8 72.8
Norway Norway 3.6 76.4
Poland Poland 13.5 59.3
Portugal Portugal 16.8 66.3
Romania Romania 4.8 58.6
Russia Russia 5.8 56.7
San Marino San Marino 7.0
Serbia Serbia 27.7 41.8
Slovakia Slovakia 14.4 60.2
Slovenia Slovenia 12.4 67.5
Spain Spain 26.3 59.8
Sweden Sweden 8.1 72.2
Switzerland Switzerland 2.9 79.2
Turkey Turkey8 9.4 50.5
Ukraine Ukraine 8.0 53.5
United Kingdom United Kingdom 7.7 69.9
Vatican City Vatican City

See also

References

  1. ^ Only 51 sovereign states are listed, including Kosovo and Vatican which are not UN members
  2. ^ Albania at the Wayback Machine (archived September 16, 2007). European Training Foundation. etf.europa.eu
  3. ^ Armenia at the Wayback Machine (archived September 16, 2007). European Training Foundation. etf.europa.eu
  4. ^ Azerbaijan at the Wayback Machine (archived September 16, 2007). European Training Foundation. etf.europa.eu
  5. ^ http://www.slate.com/blogs/moneybox/2014/04/01/european_unemployment_italy_hits_a_record.html
  6. ^ http://financenet.tvnet.lv/zinas/481841-bezdarbs_latvija_samazinajies_lidz_91
  7. ^ "Active population". State Statistical Office of the Republic of Macedonia. Retrieved 2014-03-19. 
  8. ^ Türkiye'de işsizlik oranı tarihte ilk defa Avrupa'dan az oldu - SÜLEYMAN YAŞAR - Sabah - 24 Kasım 2012. Sabah (2011-08-15). Retrieved on 2012-11-24.







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