Unemployment rates for February in the Euro Zone reached 10.8 percent, which is the highest figure in history. According to figures from the European Union's statistics commission Eurostat, the unemployment rate a year ago in the 17-member Euro Zone was at the ten percentile rate.
As of February, Spain has the highest rate of unemployment in the EU at 23.6 percent, followed by Greece at 21 percent (at the end of 2011), Portugal's unemployment rate was at 15 percent, while Ireland's unemployment rate was at 14.7 percent. Meanwhile, Turkey's unemployment rate dropped 1.6 points year-on-year to 9.8 percent in December 2011, the Turkish Statistical Institute data revealed.
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