Monday, April 2, 2012

Spain's Youth Unemployment Now Exceeds 50%

The unemployment rate in Spain is the largest in all Europe, and among young people it has exceeded 50%, Something that had not happened since at least 1986, from which the data of this research are available on Eurostat's office statistics of the European Union.

More than half (50.5%) of the Spaniards up to 25 years were unemployed in February. This figure shows that the labor market for young people in Spain is already so difficult as those of Greece, where the rate is 50.4%.

Unemployment map, for both youth and general population:

Chart from O Estado de Sao Paulo.

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