Inflation rates within the Eurozone countries have seen a decrease in the previous month of August. Nonetheless, unemployment rates across the different EU countries have increased.
The EU statistics agency Eurostat released its 2018 report showing extremely diverse unemployment rates across Europe.
According to data released by the European Union's statistics agency, the unemployment rate in the eurozone remained steady at 7.9 per cent in December.
Eurozone inflation rose to 2.2 percent in October, official data showed, moving further away from the European Central Bank's (ECB) target rate, as unemployment in the single currency zone remained stable.
The seasonally adjusted unemployment rate in the 19-member eurozone edges down to 8.5 per cent, the lowest rate recorded since 2008.
Europe's economic recovery is deepening, with the latest data showing eurozone unemployment falling to its lowest level since January 2009.
Europe's economic recovery is gathering steam, with eurozone unemployment falling to its lowest level since January 2009 and inflation picking up.