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Quarterly unemployment rates in developed and emerging countries 2017-2021

Quarterly unemployment rates in developed and emerging countries from Q2 2017 to Q4 2021

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Release date

June 2022

Region

Worldwide

Survey time period

Q2 2017 to Q4 2021

Supplementary notes

Q1-Q3 2021 figures for Germany is provisional data.
** Data for China available here and for Brazil here.

The definitions of unemployment, as well as the age groups included for calculations, differ between the countries included in this statistic. If the source distinguishes between adjusted and unadjusted values, seasonally adjusted figures have been used.

Despite being one of the most important emerging markets, values for India have not been included as monthly or quarterly unemployment rates are not available.

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