Unemployment in the eurozone hit a fresh high of 18.2 million in August, the EU statistics agency has said.
The number out of work rose by 34,000, but after the July data was revised up, it meant the unemployment rate remained stable at a record high of 11.4%.
The highest unemployment rate was recorded in Spain, where 25.1% of the workforce is out of a job, and the lowest of 4.5% was recorded in Austria.
The unemployment rate in Germany was 5.5%, Eurostat said.
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