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Graph of the day. Male employment in Euro Area periphery countries

One of the stated goals of the Euro Area institutions (including the ECB) is a high and stable level of employment. Male employment in southern European countries is however way below historical levels and showed large swings, while male employment in ’emerging europe’ is sometimes even lower than around 2000, when levels were pretty disastrous. To state it otherwise: in 2007 and 2008 no country had a male employment level below 75%, in 2014 only tiny Estonia had a level above 75%.

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