Latest figures from the EU's statistics agency show that the number of those out of work remained at 8.7% in December.
Britain's departure from the European Union has seen many firms look to Portugal do to business
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The figures are the lowest since January 2009, when the eurozone was reeling from a deep recession following the global financial crisis.
Despite an ageing population, increased immigration has seen a jobs boom in Germany with more people in work than ever before
The European Commission’s proposals for addressing the problem of joblessness are in many cases insufficient, say Alois Stöger and Nicolas Schmit
The new system will allow those entitled to benefits to directly collect cash at tills, rather than using distributors at job centres.
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He found work via a TV show and a former army leader, now he wants to help other immigrants do the same.
Divorce from the EU has not even happened yet but already there's a shortage of eastern Europeans who would normally be relied on for fruit picking
New labour law reforms have been presented by the French government.
Nearly one-in-four young Italians are neither employed, in education nor training (NEET), latest figures reveal.
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Every day at 5 am Florian-Petrus Cretu gets up to sell Folk er Folk, a street magazine, in the streets of Oslo.
Protesters have gathered in more than 130 cities across the United States to call for an impartial investigation into allegations that Donald Trump's campaign team colluded with Russia to influence last year's presidential election.
In a further sign of economic recovery, unemployment in the eurozone has fallen to its lowest level since March 2009.
The job market in France is picking up with unemployment reaching its lowest level in almost five years between January and March.
UK unemployment was at 4.6 percent in Q1, the lowest level since 1975, but workers real earnings fell for the first time in two and a half years.
EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini says the bloc is changing its attitude towards Africa after the massive increases in migration in the past few years.
It comes too late for outgoing president Francois Hollande, but France's economy added 49,400 private sector jobs between January and March.
Spain's Economy Minister Luis de Guindos has said GDP there is on track to grow this year almost as much as it did in 2016.
There was a sharp rebound in job growth in the United States in April as employers hired 211,000 new workers.The unemployment rate slid to 4.4%.
France will choose its new president on Sunday, either centrist Emmanuel Macron or far-right candidate Marine Le Pen.
Young men in Croatia stay at home with their parents well into their 30s – the longest in the EU.
Eurozone unemployment in March was 9.5 percent of the potential workforce - the lowest level in eight year with youth unemployment at 19.4 percent.
Maltese Prime Minister Joseph Muscat has called a snap general election for June 3, a year before the end of his term.