Unemployment in the eurozone increased in September

Unemployment in the eurozone increased in September

Unemployment in the eurozone increased in September

The European Statistical Office (Eurostat) published September unemployment data for the European Union (EU) and the Euro Zone.

According to the data, the seasonally adjusted unemployment rate in the EU, which was 6 percent in August, remained unchanged in September.

In the eurozone, the unemployment rate, which was 6.4 percent in August, was 6.5 percent in September.

The unemployment rate was determined in September last year at 6.7 percent in the euro zone and 6.1 percent in the EU.

HIGHEST IN SPAIN

According to EU-compatible data, the unemployment rate was 12 percent in Spain, 10 percent in Greece, 7.8 percent in Sweden, 7.4 percent in Italy and Estonia, and 7. 3 percent in France and Finland in September.

While the number of unemployed in the EU was 13 million 26 thousand in September, 11 million 17 thousand of them were in the euro zone.

In September, the number of unemployed young people under 25 years of age was set at 2 million 741 thousand in the EU and 2 million 232 thousand in the euro area. The youth unemployment rate was measured at 14.2 percent in the EU and 14 percent in the eurozone. (AA)

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Source: Sozcu

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