Greek Unemployment Eased to 21.2% in June

Greek Unemployment Eased to 21.2% in June

The Greek unemployment rate eased to 21.2% of the workforce in June from 21.5% in May and 23.5% in June 2016, Hellenic Statistical Authority said on Thursday.
The statistics service, in a monthly report, said the number of unemployed people totaled 1,017,127 in the month, down 115,943 compared with June 2016 (-10.2%) and down 13,867 compared with May 2017 (-1.3%).
The number of employed people totaled 3,775,939 in June, up 87,099 compared with June 2016 (+2.4%) and up 16,857 compared with May this year (+0.4%). The economically non-active part of the population totaled 3,220,317, down 0.2% compared with June 2016 and down 0.2% compared with May 2017.
Unemployment among women fell to 25.3% in June from 28% in June 2016, while among men fell to 17.9% from 19.8%

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