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The unemployment rate in Nigeria is the highest of any country in the world

A ranking was created of the nations with the greatest jobless rates.

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The World of Statistics ranked Nigeria highly in its most recent report, which was published on Sunday via its verified Twitter handle. This report indicated that Nigeria had the highest unemployment rate in the world at 33.3%.

South Africa, which has an unemployment rate of 32.9%, is the next country on the list, followed by Spain, which has an unemployment rate of 13.26%, Greece, which has an unemployment rate of 11.2%, Colombia, which has an unemployment rate of 10.7%, and Turkey, which has an unemployment rate of 10%.

The complete list is presented below in accordance with the ranking.

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Numbers representing the average unemployment rate:

Nigeria: 33.3%
32.9% refers to South Africa.
Spain: 13.26%
11.2% for Greece.
Colombia: 10.7%
Turkey: 10%
Iran: 9.7%
Uruguay: 8.8%
Chile: 8.7%
Brazil: 8.5%
7.8 percent for both Italy and India
Sweden: 7.5%
Portugal: 7.2%
Egypt: 7.1%
France: 7.1%
Euro area: 6.5%
Pakistan: 6.5%
Paraguay: 6.5%
Venezuela: 6.4%
Argentina: 6.3%
Austria: 5.9%
Belgium: 5.6%
5,6 % for Germany
Indonesia: 5.45%
China: 5.2%
Canada: 5%
Saudi Arabia: 4.8%
Bangladesh: 4.7%
Philippines: 4.7%
3.9% in the UK and 3.8% in Ireland
3.7% in Australia; 3.7% in the United States; 3.5% in Norway
3.4% for the Netherlands and 3.3% for Russia.
Mexico: 2.8%
UAE: 2.75%
Japan: 2.6%
2,6 percent for South Korea; 2,4 percent for Denmark; 2,25 percent for Vietnam
Switzerland: 2%
Singapore: 1.8%
1.05 % for Thailand
Cambodia: 0.36% Qatar: 0.1%

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