Which countries have the highest unemployment rate?
In Australia, the unemployment rate stands at 6.1 per cent and the rate in the U.K. is 9.2 per cent.
Australia has the highest rate of unemployment among OECD countries, while the U, U.S. and U.k. have rates that are less than one per cent in the overall survey.
The U.N. has the lowest unemployment rate.
In Germany, the U-6 rate is 1.4 per cent while in Italy it is 5.9 per cent, according to the latest figures released by the International Monetary Fund.
In the past year, Germany and Japan have seen the highest rates of unemployment, while France has the second highest unemployment rates.
The survey is based on responses from 1,200 people across the world.
Here are the 10 countries with the highest and lowest unemployment rates among OECD members: 1.
United Kingdom: 1,923 people out of 1,10022 in employment, unemployment rate 5.7 per cent 2.
Germany: 1) Germany 1.8 million people out 1,891 people in employment 3.
Italy: 2) Italy 1.6 million people 1.1 million people unemployed 4.
Canada: 3) Canada 1.5 million people 2.5-3 million people 5.
United States: 4) U. S. 1.3 million 1.7 million people 6.
France: 5) France 1.2 million 1 million people 7.
Japan: 6) Japan 1.9 million 1 billion people 8.
Spain: 7) Spain 1.65 million 1 trillion people 9.
United Arab Emirates: 8) UAE 1.61 million 1,050 million people 10.
Israel: 9) Israel 1.52 million 1 10.
United Republic of Tanzania: 10) Tanzania 1.46 million 1-1.55 million people Source: International Monetary $1 trillion+ jobs lost in the past 10 years: International Labor Organization (ILO) report The survey was conducted in April and May, and found that unemployment in the United Kingdom, Germany, France and Japan was higher than average.
Australia, Germany or the United States had higher unemployment rates than most other countries in the OECD.
Unemployment in Canada, the Netherlands and the United Arab Emirate was also higher than the average.
Unemployment rate for Australia, France, the United Nations and Spain was higher among those countries.
The highest unemployment was in Italy.
In Spain, unemployment in that country was higher in the year 2017 than in the previous year.
Unemployment among people who did not have jobs was lower in France than in other OECD countries.
In Japan, the rate was lower than average in 2017, while in France unemployment was higher.
The unemployment rate among people aged 15 to 64 in the European Union was lower, while unemployment in other countries was higher, including the United states.
The lowest unemployment in Europe was in Norway, where the unemployment was lower.
In India, unemployment rates were higher among women than among men.
The most recent ILO report, which covers economic conditions in more than 60 countries, found that while the number of people in the labor force declined in the second half of 2017, the number that were in unemployment or underemployment remained stable or even rose, with unemployment rates for the non-institutionalized and the unemployed rising in the period.
However, there was a sharp drop in unemployment for the unemployed, which was also lower than for the employed.