The unemployment in the UK reached the highest level of 8.1% according to EC and OECD in 2011 followed by the slump until 2016 with the value of 4.9% of total labor force. UN do not give any data beyond 2013.
IMF agrees with EC and OECD that unemployment rate in the UK will rise two following years, but also expect it to remain stable after this rise.
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