Unemployment edges down to 24.5 pct in Oct, lowest since May 2012

EconomyMacroeconomy Tags: ELSTAT, Labour, Unemployment
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Greece’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate continued its slight downward trend easing to 24.5 percent in October from 24.6 percent in September, the Hellenic Statistics Authority (ELSTAT) latest figure displayed on Thursday.

From a geographical perspective, Central and Western Greece post the highest jobless rates of more than 27 percent, while the unemployment rate in the Aegean remains by far the lowest in the country at 14.7 percent.

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