Friday, January 25, 2013

Spain Unemployment figures

In a break from tradition, the Eurozone should start reporting figures of the number of people that are actually working, you know, to try and put a positive spin on what is frankly a shocking situation. So, Spain can say "Great news, 45% of our 16-24 age group are working!" And Greece, with 57% under 25 unemployed, should start reporting in Greek, or even better, in some ancient hieroglyphics so that nobody can understand. It really is a crappy situation, so many people that for 4 or 5 years simply have had little chance of work, and could now be in their mid twentied having never worked. Japan have their lost decade, well Europe could be looking at a "lost generation" C

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