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[IWS] TCB: INTERNATIONAL UNEMPLOYMENT RATES AND EMPLOYMENT INDEXES, SEASONALLY ADJUSTED--SEPTEMBER 2014 [13 November 2014]
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INTERNATIONAL UNEMPLOYMENT RATES AND EMPLOYMENT INDEXES, SEASONALLY ADJUSTED--SEPTEMBER 2014 [13 November 2014]
In September 2014, labor markets in Europe showed positive signs as unemployment rates decreased or remained stable in a majority of countries compared. Only Italy experienced an increase in unemployment. Outside of Europe, labor markets were mixed as the United States and Canada saw joblessness decrease, but Japan and Australia experienced a rise in unemployment.
With the decrease in unemployment in September, the unemployment rate in Canada and the United States dropped below 6 percent for the first time since 2008. The labor market in the Netherlands showed continued strength as Dutch unemployment has consistently decreased for the past 6 months.
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