Eurozone unemployment was unchanged at an "unacceptable" record 12.1% in July but another slight fall in the total jobless after an improvement in June offered some hope, official data showed on Friday.
People queue outside a government employment office in Madrid on October 26, 2012. The eurozone unemployment rate was steady at a record 12.1% in July but there was another slight fall in the total jobless numbers after an improvement in June, official data showed.
The number of people without work in the 17-nation eurozone fell 15,000 to 19.23 million, after a drop of 35,000 in June, the Eurostat statistics agency said.
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