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Eurozone unemployment rate hit a new all-time high of 11.8 percent in November 2012

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...d more pro-growth strategies in the next few years,” she said. The record low for the eurozone unemployment rate was 7.2%, which was recorded in February 2008, before the financial crisis that first gripped the banking sector spread to the real economy. The historic low for the eurozone youth unemployment rate was 15% in March 2008. Related search articles:highset umemployement rates 2013 o...

Eurozone unemployment rate has reached another record high in April 2013

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According to official figures, eurozone unemployment rate has reached another record high in April 2013. The seasonally-adjusted rate for April 2013 was 12.2%, up from 12.1% the month before. An extra 95,000 people were out of work in the 17 countries that use the euro, taking the total to 19.38 million. Both Greece and Spain have jobless rates above 25%. The lowest unemployment rate is in Austri...

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Eurozone unemployment rate hit a new high of 18.49 million in September

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Eurozone unemployment rate hit to a new high of 18.49 million in September, the EU statistics agency has said. The number of people out of work rose by 146,000, pushing the unemployment rate up to 11.6%. This compares with 10.3% a year earlier. The highest unemployment rate was recorded in Spain, where 25.8% of the workforce is out of a job, and the lowest of 4.4% was recorded in Austria. In Spai...

Elton John is suing The Times for libel over articles he says falsely linked him to immoral tax avoidance

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The jobless rate in the 17 countries that use the euro rose to 11.9 percent in January 2013 from 11.8 percent in December 2012

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...political situation with Italy and the Cypriot debt question has to be resolved.” The highest unemployment rates among countries that have reported their January figures were 26.2% in Spain and 17.6% in Portugal. Unemployment in the 27 countries that make up the European Union rose to 10.8% in January from 10.7% the previous month. Related search articles:eurozone jobless january 2013 prin...

Greece’s unemployment rate reached a record high of 28 percent in November 2013

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Greece’s unemployment rate reached a record high of 28% in November 2013, according to newly released government figures. The jobless rate increased from 27.7% in the previous month. For those under the age of 25, unemployment hit 61.4%. Harsh austerity measures have led the Greek economy to shrink by a quarter in four years. However, other economic indicators have suggested that there are signs...

Eurozone unemployment rate hit a new record high in October

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An estimated 1.3 million Americans will lose their unemployment benefits after an emergency federal program expired

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An estimated 1.3 million Americans will lose their unemployment benefits after an emergency federal program expired on Saturday. Lawmakers failed to agree on an extension of the scheme before the Congress began its winter recess. Former President George W. Bush introduced the assistance plan in 2008 at the start of the recession. Under the program, jobless people received an average monthly stipe...

A study of 2012's most read Wikipedia articles reveals striking differences in what proved popular across the different language versions of the online encyclopaedia

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The research was conducted by the scholarly Public Relations Journal who quizzed 1,284 members about their clients' Wikipedia entries

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A new research has found that up to six in ten articles on Wikipedia contain inaccuracies. The number of factual errors shows just how unreliable it can be to use the online resource as a sole means of digging up information. Yet millions base everything from school homework to corporate presentations using facts and figures they have gleaned from the site. A study into, specifically, company inf...

Cao Haibo was detained at his home in Yancheng in October last year after he set up a website and online chat groups advocating democracy and constitutional government

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Cao Haibo, a Chinese internet cafe worker who posted pro-democracy articles online, has been sentenced to eight years in prison, his lawyer says. A court in the south-western city of Kunming jailed 27-year-old Cao Haibo for “subversion of state power”, said his lawyer, Ma Xiaopeng. Cao Haibo had set-up web chat groups on social issues, said a US-based rights group. The case comes shor...

The Federal Reserve has reiterated that the US economy is only growing slowly

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The Federal Reserve has reiterated that the US economy is only growing slowly, and that the country’s unemployment rate “remains elevated”. However, the Fed added that the housing market had “shown some further signs of improvement”. The comments came as the US central bank kept interest rates on hold at between zero and 0.25%, as had been widely expected. The Fed is...

The number of unemployed people in France has topped 3 million for the first time since 1999

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...ax hike in decades,” Bruno Cavalier, analyst at Oddo Securities, wrote in a research note. The 2013 budget, due to go before the cabinet on Friday, is expected to contain more than 30bn euros in budget savings, and fresh tax rises. The government has forecast 0.3% growth for the year, and has so far kept its 2013 target at 1.2%, which many economists now consider unrealistic. France’s...

Official figures from the Labor Department show the US economy added 171,000 new jobs in October

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...n October, which was much more than had been expected. However, the official figures showed that the unemployment rate still rose to 7.9%, having fallen to 7.8% in September, as more workers resumed the search for jobs. Only people who are currently looking for a job count as unemployed. Unemployment is one of the key issues ahead of Tuesday’s presidential election. The figures were the last...

Eurozone unemployment rate reached new record high of 12 percent in February 2013

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Eurozone unemployment rate reached new record high of 12% in February 2013, according to the official figures. The number of people unemployed in eurozone, which includes 17 states, rose by 33,000 during February 2013, to hit 19.07 million, the statistics agency Eurostat said. Eurozone unemployment rate reached new record high of 12 percent in February 2013 The highest rate was 26.4% in Greece,...

The US unemployment rate fell to a five-year low in November

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The US Labor Department has announced the unemployment rate fell to a five-year low of 7% in November. Payroll figures also showed that 203,000 jobs were created last month, more than predicted, as the US economy displayed more signs of strength. The monthly non-farm payroll figure is watched closely by economists. Analysts say these indications of strong growth could mean that the Federal Reserv...

World jobless numbers rose by 4 million in 2012 to 197 million and is expected to grow further, the UN labour agency warns

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...is expected to grow further, the UN labour agency warns The report – Global Employment Trends 2013 – said that 6% of the world’s workforce were without a job in 2012. It revealed that long-term unemployment was also growing, pointing out that a third of Europe’s jobless had been without work for more than a year. Many were giving up, with the report estimating that 39 mill...

Workers across the European Union are staging a series of protests and strikes against austerity measures and rising unemployment

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Workers across the European Union are staging a series of protests and strikes against austerity measures and rising unemployment. General strikes in Spain and Portugal halted transport, businesses and schools and led to clashes between police and protesters in Madrid. Smaller strikes were reported in Greece, Italy and Belgium, and rallies were planned in other countries. Hundreds of flights have...

The US jobless rate fell to a five-year low in December 2013

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The US jobless rate fell to a five-year low of 6.7% in December as companies created 74,000 new jobs, latest figures show. However, the number of jobs created was the lowest for three years and was well under half the number expected by analysts. The US had bad weather in December, which may have stalled hiring plans. The fall in the rate, now at its lowest since October 2008, in part reflects pe...

A new EU summit is getting under way in Brussels with issues of jobs and growth expected to dominate its agenda

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A new EU summit is getting under way in Brussels with issues of jobs and growth expected to dominate its agenda. The eurozone as a whole has been in recession for more than a year and unemployment is now just under 12%. France and some other countries want more flexibility in the budget targets set by the EU Commission, as austerity has provoked widespread protests. France and Spain, hit hard by...

For the fourth years in a row, Forbes has rated Detroit as the most dangerous city in US

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...tfalls from declining tax revenue as people left and businesses closed their doors. Poverty and high unemployment figure prominently among the most violent cities in the nation. Each of them has higher unemployment rates than the rest of the nation. Oakland, California, number three; Memphis, Tennessee, number four; Birmingham Alabama, number five; and Stockton, California, number eight; have all...

France has entered its second recession in four years after the economy shrank by 0.2 percent in Q1 2013

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...entered its second recession in four years after the economy shrank by 0.2% in the first quarter of 2013, according to official figures. The country’s economy shrank by the same amount in the last quarter of 2012. A recession is defined as two consecutive quarters of negative growth. France has record unemployment and low business and consumer confidence. German figures, also released, showed its...

February 2014 jobs figures were better than many had been expecting and marked a rebound from two weak months

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...According to US Labor Department figures, the US economy added 175,000 new jobs in February, but the unemployment rate rose slightly to 6.7%. The jobs figures were better than many had been expecting and marked a rebound from two weak months. It had been thought the figures would be affected by recent harsh weather, which had hit much of the country. But the unemployment rate, based on different s...

September unemployment rate came in at 7.8 percent

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The US unemployment rate fell in September to its lowest rate since January 2009, figures from the Department of Labor have shown, surprising analysts who had been expecting a small rise. September’s rate came in at 7.8%, down from 8.1% in August. The latest data also showed that the US economy added a further 114,000 jobs in September, slightly more than markets had expected. The US jobs m...