The bar chart illustrates rates of unemployment in six European nations in 2017 and data measured in percentages.
Overall, Greece stood at the top of the list with the highest percentage while Hungary proclaimed the sixth position.
It is evident that Greece produced the highest jobseeker in 2017 and topped the list with around 20 per cent. The second highest was held by Croatia with less than 12 per cent. Lithuania and Slovakia grew around 7 per cent each and occupied the third and the fourth places respectively in the list. It is worth noticing that a huge gap between Greece and the rest of the nations. Ireland’s rates stood at 6 per cent which is less than a half of Greece rates at that period while Hungary were the lowest among the listed nations with around 5 per cent. compared to Greece, which is the top nation on the list, the percentage of Hungary were around 15 per cent lower.
Posted in Sidoarjo, 11 March 2021. 07.30–07.50