The eurozone debt crisis extracted a heavy price in Spain and Greece to start the year as labor markets in both countries continued to shed jobs.
CNN Money: April 25, 2013
Spain's population fell last year for the first time in decades, as immigrants left the country amid a major economic crisis, officials say.
BBC: April 22, 2013
Millions of discouraged Italians are so convinced they have no chance of finding work that they have given up looking altogether, meaning official figures severely understate the number of unemployed.
Reuters: April 11, 2013
Greece’s unemployment rate increased to a record in January as the country’s economic downturn entered a sixth year.
Bloomberg: April 11, 2013
Greece's sky-high unemployment and shrinking economy are leading to significant brain drain, a new study has found. The number of young scientists leaving Greece has become painfully high
Spiegel Online: April 10, 2013
European Union economies have shed almost six million jobs since the global economic crisis struck in 2008, the International Labour Organisation said Monday.
AFP: April 8, 2013
Khalid felt "at home" on the streets of Athens and Sheila saw "encouraging signs" of economic recovery in Greece, but Clemence admitted to feeling "overwhelmed" by the "human impact of the crisis."
The National: April 8, 2013
Latest unemployment figures for Europe show a general worsening, with nearly three out of every five Greek youths out of work.
Sky News: April 3, 2013
Unemployment across the 17-nation euro currency bloc has hit 12 percent for the first time.
April 2, 2013
Greece maintained its top position in unemployment in the European Union, with the unemployment rate rising to 26.4% in December 2012, while unemployment among young people βaged below 25 years old- was 58.4%, Eurostat said On Tuesday.
April 2, 2013