List of sovereign states in Europe by unemployment rate

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This is list of European countries by unemployment and employment rate.


State (51) [1] Unemployment rate Employment rate Date
Albania Albania[2] 12.9 58.3
Andorra Andorra[3] 4.0 2012
Armenia Armenia[4] 17.3 51.9
Austria Austria[3] 4.9 2013
Azerbaijan Azerbaijan[5] 6.0 60.0
Belarus Belarus[6] 24 2009
Belgium Belgium[3] 8.8 2013
Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia and Herzegovina[3] 44.3 2013
Bulgaria Bulgaria[3] 11.6 2013
Croatia Croatia[3] 21.6 2013
Cyprus Cyprus[3] 17.4 2013
Czech Republic Czech Republic[3] 7.1 2013
Denmark Denmark[3] 6.0 2013
Estonia Estonia[3] 10.9 2013
Finland Finland[3] 8.1 2013
France France[3] 10.2 2013
Georgia (country) Georgia[3] 15.0 2013
Germany Germany[3] 5.3 2013
Greece Greece 25.5 2014
Hungary Hungary 8.1 [7] 61.4 [8] 2014
Iceland Iceland[3] 4.5 2013
Republic of Ireland Ireland[9] 10.7 2014
Italy Italy[10] 13.0 57.5
Kazakhstan Kazakhstan[3] 5.3 2013
Kosovo Kosovo[3] 30.9 2013
Latvia Latvia[11] 9.8 60.9
Liechtenstein Liechtenstein[3] 2.3 2012
Lithuania Lithuania[3] 12.4 2013
Luxembourg Luxembourg[3] 4.9 2013
Republic of Macedonia Macedonia[12] 27.9 41.3 2014, Q3
Malta Malta[3] 6.4 2013
Moldova Moldova[3] 5.8 2013
Monaco Monaco[3] 2.0 2012
Montenegro Montenegro[3] 19.1 2012
Netherlands Netherlands[3] 8.3 2013
Norway Norway[3] 3.6 2013
Poland Poland[3] 10.3 2013
Portugal Portugal[3] 16.8 2013
Romania Romania[3] 7.3 2013
Russia Russia[3] 5.8 2013
San Marino San Marino[3] 7.0 2012
Serbia Serbia[3] 30.1 2013
Slovakia Slovakia[3] 14.4 2013
Slovenia Slovenia[3] 13.1 2013
Spain Spain[3] 26.3 2013
Sweden Sweden[3] 8.1 2013
Switzerland Switzerland[3] 3.2 2013
Turkey Turkey[13] 9.4 50.5
Ukraine Ukraine[3] 8.0 2013
United Kingdom United Kingdom[3] 6.3 2014
Vatican City Vatican City

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Only 51 sovereign states are listed, including Kosovo and Vatican which are not UN members
  2. ^ Albania at the Wayback Machine (archived September 16, 2007). European Training Foundation. etf.europa.eu
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am "Country Comparison :: Unemployment rate". 
  4. ^ Armenia at the Wayback Machine (archived September 16, 2007). European Training Foundation. etf.europa.eu
  5. ^ Azerbaijan at the Wayback Machine (archived September 16, 2007). European Training Foundation. etf.europa.eu
  6. ^ Official unemployment rate is lower than 1%, but it includes only registered as unemployed. (Unemployment Rate in Belarus is Less than 1%, Belstat) Methods of International Labour Organization (international standard) also include job-seekers who are not registered officially. Gallup: actual unemployment in Belarus is 24%, Charter 97 (6 July 2012)
  7. ^ http://www.ksh.hu/docs/eng/xftp/gyor/mun/emun21404.pdf
  8. ^ http://www.ksh.hu/docs/eng/xftp/gyor/fog/efog21404.pdf
  9. ^ http://www.rte.ie/news/business/2014/0903/641145-live-register/
  10. ^ http://www.slate.com/blogs/moneybox/2014/04/01/european_unemployment_italy_hits_a_record.html
  11. ^ http://financenet.tvnet.lv/zinas/481841-bezdarbs_latvija_samazinajies_lidz_91
  12. ^ "Active population". State Statistical Office of the Republic of Macedonia. Retrieved 2014-12-18. 
  13. ^ Türkiye'de işsizlik oranı tarihte ilk defa Avrupa'dan az oldu - SÜLEYMAN YAŞAR - Sabah - 24 Kasım 2012. Sabah (2011-08-15). Retrieved on 2012-11-24.