The number of people out of work in Greece continues to rise.
The jobless rate hit a record high in June, from the deep recession made worse by austerity policies linked to the country’s bailout.
Just over 1.4 million are registered as without jobs, from a total population of just over 11 million
The unemployment rate rose to 27.9 percent of the workforce in June, with 58.8 percent of young people jobless. The total is up over three percent from a year ago. The eurozone average is 12.1 percent.
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