List of Spanish Autonomous Communities by Unemployment Rate

The Unemployment Rate in Spain, Since the great recession of 2008, the unemployment rate in Spain skyrocketed to a high of 27% in 2013, but as of 2016, the unemployment rate for Spain 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 GDP

Flag Autonomous Community Unemployment Rate Year
Andalusia Andalusia 31.7% September 2015
Aragon Aragon 15.0% September 2015
Asturias Asturias 17.0% September 2015
Canary Islands Canary Islands 28.6% September 2015
Cantabria Cantabria 16.2% September 2015
Castilla-La Mancha Castilla La Mancha 24.7% September 2015
Castile and León Castille and Leon 16.6% September 2015
Catalonia Catalonia 17.5% September 2015
Ceuta Ceuta 30.6% September 2015
Valencian Community Valencia 22.4% September 2015
Extremadura Extremadura 28.5% September 2015
Galicia (Spain) Galicia 17.7% September 2015
Balearic Islands Balearic Islands 13.9% September 2015
La Rioja (Spain) La Rioja 13.6% September 2015
Community of Madrid Madrid 16.3% September 2015
Melilla Melilla 31.4% September 2015
Region of Murcia Murcia 23.5% September 2015
Navarre Navarre 13.6% September 2015
Basque Country (autonomous community) Basque Country 13.8% September 2015

References| Unemployment in Spain

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