Although many economies are reducing the rate of lost jobs, the Eurozone is far off from a full recovery as the unemployment rate continues to rise.
August’s seasonally adjusted rate rose to 9.6%, compared with 9.5% in the previous month, official figures show.
The number of people without a job in the eurozone is now 15.2 million.
Despite the fact that many eurozone economies are recovering from recession, economists expect unemployment rates to continue rising.
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