The unemployment rate in euro area remained in November 2010 to 10.1 percent. The number of people without work fell of the 39.000th.
Throughout the European Union,unemployment remained at 9.6 percent and the number of unemployed fell by the 35.000th. In November it was in the entire European 27 23.25 million without work people,which is about 606,000 more annually. EU unemployment is troubling especiallypeople younger than 25, which is 21 percent. Without work, so every fifth youngperson.
In many countries, but the situation is even far worse. Spain is without a job nearly 44percent of people younger than 25 years and economists is not excluded that it will soon be every second. The country is still faced with problems and still be receivedfrom the economic recession. The second highest number of unemployed amongyoung Slovaks have, where the unemployment rate in this case amounts to 36.6percent. In the Czech Republic this indicator reaches 18.8 percent. The lowest overall unemployment rate may enjoy Dutch (4.4 percent), Luxemburgers(4.8 percent) and Austrians (5.1 percent).
Farthe most people jobless in Spain,where unemployment reached 20.6 percent.
With very high unemployment facing andLithuania (18.3 percent) and Latvia (18.2 percent).