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European jobs wanted

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Young people who are jobless have fewer openings later in life.

Berlin

WHEN the European Union held its first summit on growth and jobs in 1997, EU-wide unemployment stood at 11 per cent. Last autumn, when it held another, not much seemed to have changed. Unemployment in the eurozone was 11.5 per cent - up from a low of 6.8 per cent in the first

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