Short-term trends. Unemployment. Unemployment in the European Union. 1995.6
Eurostat estimates that the s~asonally-adjusted unemployment rate in the European Union (fifteen Member States) for the month of April 1995 was 11.0%. The rate is therefore un1hanged since January 1995. The rate in most individual Me~ber States has also remained stable over this period ; the most noticeable terdencies have been a steady increase in unem-ployment in Italy and Portugal, and a decrease in Spain and Denmark. The unemployment rate for you~~ people is about twice as high as that for the Eu-ropean Union labour force as a whole, but this generalisation conceals very dif-ferent situations in the Membef States ; in Germany, the unemployment rate for young persons is actually lowef Jhan that for the labour force in general, whereas in Italy and Finland it is over 30°/o and in Spain exceeds 40%, despite a noticeable lo decrease over the last twelve onths. I
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