Eurozone unemployment dips to 8.1% in AugustStaff Writer | October 1, 2018
Unemployment in the eurozone dropped to 8.1% in August, the lowest rate since November 2008, according to figures released Monday.
Europe 13.2 million people were without a job in August
Youth unemployment remained at 16.6% in August, plateauing after several months of decline.
The countries with the lowest overall jobless rate were the Czech Republic at 2.5%, followed by Germany and Poland at 3.4%.
Unemployment was the highest in Greece - at 19.1% in June, the latest data available - and Spain, at 15.2%.
In the 28-country EU, the unemployment rate remained unchanged in August at 6.8%. ■