According to Eurostat, in June 2021, 14 million 916 thousand people are left unemployed in the EU.
According to a document published on the official website of the EU Statistics Office, the unemployment rate in the EU was 7.1% in June. This figure has improved, as unemployment reached 7.3% in May.
The unemployment rate in the EU is 17% among young people, which means that 2 million 967 thousand young people under the age of 25 are unemployed.
Spain ranks first in terms of unemployment among EU countries, where 37.1% of the population is unemployed. Greece is in second place (27.9%), Italy is in third place (29.4%). The lowest rates are in the Czech Republic (7.1%), Germany (7.5%), and the Netherlands (7.6%).