Fifteen Highest Unemployment Rates by Country, 2011

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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.*

15) 12.70%: Kenya
14) 13.00%: Tunisia.
13) 13.40%: Slovakia.
12) 14.40%: Latvia.
11) 14.50%: Ireland.
10)14.80%: Lithuania.
9) 17.00%: Mozambique:
8) 17.50%: Botswana.
7) 18.40%: Greece.
6) 21.10%: Nigeria.
5) 21.52%: Spain.
4) 25.00%: Angola & South Africa.
3) 30.00%: Rwanda.
2) 31.30%: Macedonia.
1) 51.20%: Namibia.

*    http://www.tradingeconomics.com/unemployment-rates-list-by-country

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