Unemployment Rates in EU
EUROSTAT (Statistical Office of the European Communities) periodically announces the minimum wage in the Member States of the European Union. According to the announcement made as of May 2017;
- Unemployment rate in the European Union is 7.6%.
- Greece and Spain are the countries where the most serious unemployment is experienced and have unemployment rates twice as high as the EU average.
- Czech Republic and Germany are the EU countries with the least unemployment rates.
- Unemployment rate in Turkey was 12.6% as of March 2017.
Unemployment rates in the EU Member States as of May 2017 are as follows:
Unemployment Rate (%)