Spain leads euro zone in unemployment rate

Unemployment in the euro zone rose to 10.9 percent in March. It has increased among the 17 nations that share the euro currency, with Spain and Greece topping 20 percent. In contrast, the United States has been adding jobs and the unemployment rate dropped in March to 8.2 percent. Read related article.

Unemployment in the euro zone rose to 10.9 percent
Sources: Eurostat.com, European Commission. The Washington Post. Published on May 2, 2012, 8:29 p.m.
 
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