Greece's Unemployment Nightmare Has Gotten Worse

As the rest of the world economy improves, Greece seems to only be getting worse

According to the country’s statistics service ELSTAT, Greece’s unemployment rate climbed to 27.9% in June from 27.6% in the month prior.

This is the highest level since at least 2006, which is when ELSTAT started releasing these numbers.

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