Unemployment rate in Belgium 2005-2013, by level of education

This statistic shows the unemployment rate in Belgium from 2005 to 2013, by level of education. In 2013, 5.6 percent of the labour force that was unemployed had a university degree, and 21 percent that was unemployed had no degree.

Rate of unemployment in Belgium from 2005 to 2013, by level of education*

No degreePrimary School degreeLower Secondary School degreeHigher Secondary School degreeHigher education short cycleHigher education long cycleUniversity Degree
201321%15.7%15.2%8.3%4.1%5.8%5.6%
201219.6%14.9%12.9%7.8%3.4%4.2%4.6%
201118.9%15.6%12.7%6.8%3.2%3.7%4.7%
201025.9%16.6%13.3%8.2%4.1%6.3%4.3%
200919.8%15.6%12.1%8.1%3.6%6.1%4.9%
200819.7%13.7%11%7%3.3%3.8%4%
200720.7%12.5%11.7%7.6%3.5%4%4.1%
200623.1%15.4%12%8.2%4.5%4.8%4.5%
200521.9%15.5%12.2%8.5%4.2%5.5%4.5%
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Source

Release date

May 2015

Region

Belgium

Survey time period

2005 to 2013

Supplementary notes

* Statistics Belgium defines unemployment rate as the percentage unemployed people within the national labour force (that means employed as well as unemployed people) between the age of 15 and 64.

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