Eurozone unemployment fell for the first time in two and a half years this summer, but with 19 million people jobless analysts say the labour market remains the weak link in recovery.
Spanish jobseekers wait outside an employment office in Madrid, on June 4, 2013. Spain's unemployment rate was 26.2% in July -- the second highest in the eurozone behind Greece where the jobless rate is 27.9%
In a fresh sign of tentative redress from the eurozone crisis, official data showed unemployment dropping to 12.0 percent in July and August, against 12.2 percent in June, the first if albeit timid fall since early 2011.
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