Unemployment levels in the 17 European Union countries that use the euro remain at a record high in spite of recent signs that the region's economy is improving.

Unemployment levels in the 17 European Union countries that use the euro remain at a record high in spite of recent signs that the region's economy is improving.

Here is a breakdown of unemployment across Europe and the eurozone.

Country/RegionJuly 2012June 2013July 2013Eurozone (17 countries)11.512.112.1Austria4.54.74.8Belgium7.68.78.9Cyprus12.217.017.3Estonia10.1*7.9n/aFinland7.88.07.9France10.211.011.0Germany5.45.45.3Greece23.8**27.6***n/aIreland14.813.913.8Italy10.712.112.0Luxembourg5.15.75.7Malta6.36.16.0Netherlands5.36.87.0Portugal16.016.716.5Slovakia14.014.414.3Slovenia9.311.211.2Spain25.426.326.3European Union (28 countries)10.511.011.0U.S.8.37.67.4*Jun 2012 **May 2012***May 2013Source: Eurostat