For the six month in a row Croatia is among the top EU countries in regards to a fall in unemployment. In April this year the unemployment level in Croatia was recorded at 9.1 percent, which is in fact the lowest level in the past nine years.
On a European Union level the rate of unemployment in April was 7.1 percent, with the Czech Republic having the lowest rate at only 2.2 percent. The highest rate of unemployment was seen in Greece, with just over 20 percent, and Spain with almost 16 percent.
The seasonally adjusted unemployment rate in Croatia dropped in April to the lowest level in the last nine years, to 9.1 percent, a 0.2 percent drop from March. Some 164,000 people were unemployed in April in Croatia, 4,000 fewer on the month. Compared to April 2017, the number dropped by 47,000.