Things apparently just keep getting worse for the eurozone.
The average unemployment rate in nations that use the euro rose to 11.1 percent in May, the highest since the euro was launched in 1999. That's higher than the 10.6 percent average unemployment rate for European Union nations outside of the 17-nation eurozone and America's 8.2 percent jobless rate.
The following are the unemployment rates for ten eurozone nations:
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