….and while we’re on the “no panic” subject 🙄
typicallyspanish.com also reports:
Spain has registered the largest increase in unemployment seen anywhere in the European Union during August.
The unemployment rate here now affects 11.3% of the active population, compared to 8.3% just a year ago.
The average rate across the European Union comes in at just 7.5%
The numbers come from Eurostat which names Spain as the EU country with the highest unemployment rate, followed by Slovakia at 9,9%.