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Official youth unemployment in Greece and Spain has crossed 51 percent. That’s worse than twice the rate of the entire euro zone (22%) and more than three times worse than the already-quite-bad youth unemployment in the United States and Canada (16% and 14%, respectively).
The mitigating factor is that the OECD’s metrics for unemployment might overstate the severity of youth joblessness. A separate measure of the world’s so-called NEETs (not employed, in education, or training) put the figure closer to 20 percent in Greece and Spain. Either way, the situation is tragic. The Atlantic
Sorry, Chicago, Elk Rapids got there first. See “Emmanuel wants to make Chicago more immigrant friendly.” Chicago Tribune