Short-term trends. Unemployment. Unemployment in the European Union. 1996.1
Population and social con itions Series B Short-term statistics Unemplo 1 0 1996 S71t'Tfit1 ISSN 0252·9920 5 January 1996 UNEMPLOYMENT I THE EUROPEAN UNION November 1995 Eurostat estimates that the seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate in the European Union (fifteen MeF' .. ber Stat~s) for the month of November 1995 was 1 0.6%, which represents he same level as in the previous month. f After falling slowly but consistently between the spring of 1994 and the early sum-mer of 1995, the unemploym~rit rate for the Union has now remained poised just above the threshold of 10.5%11 ,for the past five months. For men the rate is still 9.3%, for women 12.4%, an ,tor young persons under 25 years of age about 2o%. 1 The stability of these figures flnce July masks differing trends among the Mem-ber States, including most notrbly -rising unemployment in Germany (all groups), France (for young persons) and Sweden · i r -consistently falling une ployment in Spain, the United Kingdom and Denmark.
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