According to Eurostat’s seasonally adjusted data, unemployment in Croatia in October stood at 8.1%, which means that Croatia saw the biggest annual decline in unemployment among EU member states.
Croatia’s unemployment rate of 8.1% this October is down slightly from the 8.2% in September, and down by 2.1% year-on-year.
The registered rate of unemployment in all 28 EU member states stood at 6.7% in October, which is down from 7.4% in October of 2017. Unemployment in the Euro zone was slightly higher at 8.1% this October, down from 8.8% last year.
Germany and the Czech Republic Germany recorded the lowest rates of unemployment among individual member states, at 3.3% and 2.2% respectively. Greece and Spain registered the highest rate on unemployment at 18.9% and 14.8% respectively.
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