List of sovereign states in Europe by unemployment rate

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Graphic map of the EU and two EEA states Iceland and Norway (2016)

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

Map[edit]

Blue below 5%
Green 5.0 to 9.9%
Orange 10 to 14.9%
Red over %

Table[edit]

State (51)[1] Unemployment rate Employment rate Date
Armenia Armenia 16.6% 50.1% (2017)[2] -
Albania Albania 17.5%[3] 50.2% (2017)[2] 2015
Andorra Andorra 3.7% - 2016
Austria European Union Austria 5.7%[4][5] 76.8% (2019)[6] February 2021
Azerbaijan Azerbaijan 5.0% 63.0% (2018)[2] -
Belarus Belarus[7] 1.0% 67.5% (2018)[2] 2015
Belgium European Union Belgium 5.7%[4] 70.5% (2019)[6] February 2021
Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia and Herzegovina[8] 15.7% 35.2% (2019)[2] 2018
Bulgaria European Union Bulgaria 5.3%[4] 75.0% (2019)[6] February 2021
Croatia European Union Croatia 7.1%[4] 66.7% (2019)[6] February 2021
Cyprus European Union Cyprus 6.8%[4] 75.7% (2019)[6] February 2021
Czech Republic European Union Czech Republic 3.2%[4] 80.3% (2019)[6] February 2021
Denmark European Union Denmark 6.1%[4] 78.3% (2019)[6] February 2021
Estonia European Union Estonia 7.2%[4] 80.2% (2019)[6] February 2021
Finland European Union Finland 8.4%[4] 77.2% (2019)[6] December 2020
France European Union France 8.0%[4] 71.6% (2019)[6] February 2021
Georgia (country) Georgia 12.4% 55.8% (2018)[2] -
Germany European Union Germany 4.5%[4] 80.6% (2019)[6] February 2021
Greece European Union Greece 12.8%[9] 61.2% (2019)[6] December 2021
Hungary European Union Hungary 4.5%[4] 75.3% (2019)[6] February 2021
Iceland Iceland 6.8%[4] 85.9% (2019)[6] February 2021
Republic of Ireland European Union Ireland 5.8%[4] 75.1% (2019)[6] March 2021
Italy European Union Italy 10.2%[4] 63.5% (2019)[6] February 2021
Kazakhstan Kazakhstan 5.0% 66.6% (2017)[2] -
Kosovo Kosovo[10] 25.9% 24.8% (2018)[2] 2018
Latvia European Union Latvia 8.7%[4] 77.4% (2019)[6] February 2021
Liechtenstein Liechtenstein[11] 1.8% 59.1% (2017)[2] 2017
Lithuania European Union Lithuania 9.6%[4] 78.2% (2019)[6] February 2021
Luxembourg European Union Luxembourg 6.7%[4] 72.8% (2019)[6] February 2021
Malta European Union Malta 4.4%[4] 77.2% (2019)[6] February 2021
Moldova Moldova[12] 6.3% 42.0% (2018)[2] 2017 Q1
Monaco Monaco 2.0% 47.9% (2016)[2] 2012
Montenegro Montenegro[13] 17.3% 47.5% (2018)[2] 2015
Netherlands European Union Netherlands 3.6%[4] 80.1% (2019)[6] February 2021
North Macedonia North Macedonia[14] 14.8% 47.1% 2022 Q1
Norway Norway 5.0%[4] 79.5% (2019)[6] November 2020
Poland European Union Poland 3.1%[4] 73.0% (2019)[6] February 2021
Portugal European Union Portugal 6.9%[4] 76.1% (2019)[6] February 2021
Romania European Union Romania 5.7%[4] 70.9% (2019)[6] February 2021
Russia Russia[15] 5.8% 59.8% (2018)[2] 2015
San Marino San Marino 8.0% 70.6% (2017)[2] 2017
Serbia Serbia[16][circular reference] 7.5% 65.2% (2019)[6] 2020 Q2
Slovakia European Union Slovakia 7.3%[4] 73.4% (2019)[6] February 2021
Slovenia European Union Slovenia 4.9%[4] 76.4% (2019)[6] February 2021
Spain European Union Spain 16.1%[4] 68.0% (2019)[6] February 2021
Sweden European Union Sweden 8.9%[4] 82.1% (2019)[6] February 2021
Switzerland Switzerland 5.1%[4] 82.9% (2019)[6] December 2020
Turkey Turkey 12.2%[4] 53.8% (2019)[6] January 2021
Ukraine Ukraine[17] 9.4% 57.1% (2018)[2] 2015
United Kingdom United Kingdom 4.9%[4] 79.3% (2019)[6] September 2020
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
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  5. ^ "Unemployment by sex and age - monthly average". appsso.eurostat.ec.europa.eu. Eurostat. Retrieved 6 May 2020.
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  7. ^ "Unemployment in Belarus remains at 1% as of 1 January."eng.belta.by. Retrieved on January 21, 2016. "Unemployment in Belarus remains at 1% as of 1 January."
  8. ^ "Labour Force Survey 2018 as of April 2018 in Bosnia and Herzegovina ."bhas.ba. Retrieved on September 26, 2018. "Labour Force Survey 2018 in Bosnia and Herzegovina."
  9. ^ "LABOUR FORCE SURVEY: December 2021". HELLENIC STATISTICAL AUTHORITY. Retrieved 16 February 2022.
  10. ^ "[1]."ieconomics.com/. Kosovo Unemployment Rate
  11. ^ "Liechtenstein in Figures, 2019" (PDF). llv.li. Retrieved 19 August 2019.
  12. ^ "Moldova Unemployment Rate."statistica.md Retrieved on January 23, 2018. "Moldova - Unemployment Rate."
  13. ^ "Montenegro Unemployment Rate."ieconomics.com. Retrieved on January 21, 2016. "Montenegro - Unemployment Rate."
  14. ^ "Active population". State Statistical Office of the Republic of North Macedonia.
  15. ^ "Russia Unemployment Rate."ieconomics.com. Retrieved on January 21, 2016. "Russia - Unemployment Rate."
  16. ^ "Labour Force Survey, Q1 2020". stat.gov.rs. Retrieved 18 August 2019.
  17. ^ "Ukraine Unemployment Rate."ieconomics.com. Retrieved on January 21, 2016. "Ukraine - Unemployment Rate."