Youth unemployment is rising steadily in the EU as the economic crisis in Europe deepens.
The latest data reveals an EU-wide youth unemployment rate of 22.8 percent, up from 21.7 percent a year ago as those under 25 continue to lose their jobs to the economic slowdown…
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via Europe Youth Unemployment – Business Insider.
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