In the Eurozone, jobs are disappearing. December marked a year of non-stop contraction in the labor market. Unemployment now stands at 11 point 7 percent. That means almost 19 million people don't have work.
UK unemployment has sunk to a 42-year low, but rising prices mean lower real incomes. The labor market is good at creating jobs, but not so much at raising pay. And just when you thought Brexit couldn't get any better.
Unemployment in the eurozone remained unchanged in August underlining Europe's steady economic recovery. Youth unemployment nonetheless remains high in many countries.
Catalan independence remains a long way off, but were it to happen, what would a Catalan economy look like? The industrialized region is economically strong in its own right but the politics make things complicated.
The jobless rate in Europe’s strongest economy has been falling steeply for years and the latest figures released by the Federal Labor Agency show that unemployment figures are at their lowest since reunification.
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