April Unemployment Rates Remain Stable in Europe

June 13, 2014
"In contrast to the rapid drop in U.S. unemployment, joblessness in the Euro Area has begun to edge slowly downward in recent months, falling to its lowest level since November 2012," said Elizabeth Crofoot, senior economist with The Conference Board. "However, the absence of sustained job growth outside Germany poses a challenge for continued labor market recovery in the region."
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