European unemployment figures are being reported with just the tiniest amount of “spin”. This is the whole story:   In June 2013, Unemployment continued at record highs in the 17-nation Eurozone but there was some hope of an improvement as the numbers of those out of work fell slightly. The official Eurostat data was published yesterday. The overall Eurozone jobless rate came in at 12.1 per cent, unchanged from May. The jobless numbers, however, fell by 24,000 to 19.26 million. BTW, Europe’s population has increased by about 5 MILLION since the crisis began – perhaps THAT’S what is confusing the statistitians.

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