Top Ten European Unemployment Rates

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“The unemployment rate is defined as the level of unemployment divided by the labor force.
The labor force is defined as the number of people employed plus the number unemployed but
seeking work.”

Nation Unemployment rate
1. Kosovo 45.40%
2. Bosnia and Herzegovina 43.80%
3. Serbia 25.50%
4. Greece 25.10%
5. Spain 24.63%
6. Croatia 17.50%
7. Portugal 15.00%
8. Ireland 14.80%
9. Albania 13.30%
9. Slovakia 13.30%
10. Poland 12.40%

Source: Trading Economics

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