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Unemployement in Europe – The great divide

Europe is stuck in a jobs crisis. Eight years on from the financial crash, unemployment remains the biggest threat to the social fabric of the single currency’s weakest economies.

The latest round of labour market data show the average unemployment rate in the 19-country bloc fell to 10.4pc, its lowest level since September 2011.But the headline number masks a pernicious divide between the strongest and weakest (see map).

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Chosen excerpts by Job Market Monitor. Read the whole story at Mapped: Europe divided – how the jobless disease is splitting the continent apart – Telegraph

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