Italy: unemployment figures for predominantly rural regions 2011-2015

This statistic displays the unemployment figures for predominantly rural regions in Italy from 2011 to 2015. The number of unemployed people for predominantly rural regions in Italy in 2015 was of approximately 268 thousand persons.

Unemployment figures for predominantly rural regions in Italy from 2011 to 2015

Unemployed persons in 1,000
2015268.1
2014286.3
2013277.5
2012247.9
2011187.5
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Source

Release date

January 2017

Region

Italy

Survey time period

2011 to 2015

Age group

15 years or over

Supplementary notes

The source adds the following information: "Urban-rural typology statistics use the new urban-rural typology. Regions are considered predominantly rural if the share of the population living in rural areas is higher than 50 percent."
"Unemployed people include persons aged 15 to 74 who are without work during the reference week, available to start work within the next two weeks and have been actively seeking work in the past four weeks or had already found a job to start within the next three months."
Data coverage corresponds to code urt_lfu3pers of the regional statistics and geographical information unit (E4).

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