As of October 2023, South Africa had the highest unemployment rate among the 19* countries that are members of the G20. The unemployment rate in South Africa stood at 33 percent that year. The country has recently been plagued by an economic downturn, including energy shortage and high unemployment levels. On the other hand, Japan had the lowest unemployment rate at just 2.5 percent.
The G20 is an international organization whose permanent members are 19 countries and the European Union. Data for the European Union has been excluded due to overlap with G20 members France, Germany, Italy and the United Kingdom.
No data for India or Saudi-Arabia available.
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