List of Spanish autonomous communities by unemployment rate

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The unemployment rate in Spain had skyrocketed to a high of 27% in 2013 since the Great Recession of 2008, but as of 2016 the unemployment rate is currently 21%. It is estimated that it will take until 2020 to return to the pre-recession unemployment rate. The largest community, Andalusia, has the highest unemployment rate of any community at 31%.

List of autonomous communities by unemployment rate[edit]

Autonomous community Unemployment rate Year
 Andalusia 24.7% March 2018
 Aragon 11.6% March 2018
 Asturias 15.0% March 2018
 Canary Islands 20.6% March 2018
 Cantabria 12.5% March 2018
 Castilla–La Mancha 20.7% March 2018
 Castile and León 13.9% March 2018
 Catalonia 12.2% March 2018
 Ceuta 31.4% March 2018
 Valencia 17.1% March 2018
 Extremadura 25.9% March 2018
 Galicia 15.1% March 2018
 Balearic Islands 17.4% March 2018
 La Rioja 11.0% March 2018
 Madrid 13.4% March 2018
 Melilla 27.2% March 2018
 Murcia 18.6% March 2018
 Navarre 10.5% March 2018
 Basque Country 10.8% March 2018

References[edit]

https://www.datosmacro.com/paro-epa/espana-comunidades-autonomas