Burundi Unemployment Rate 1990-2015 | Data | Chart | Calendar | Forecast

Unemployment Rate in Burundi increased to 35 percent in 2009 from 19.50 percent in 1990. Unemployment Rate in Burundi averaged 27.25 Percent from 1990 until 2009, reaching an all time high of 35 Percent in 2009 and a record low of 19.50 Percent in 1990.

      Forecast
Burundi Unemployment Rate
Please Paste this Code in your Website

Actual Previous Highest Lowest Dates Unit Frequency
35.00 19.50 35.00 19.50 1990 - 2009 percent Yearly
In Burundi, the unemployment rate measures the number of people actively looking for a job as a percentage of the labour force. This page provides - Burundi Unemployment Rate - actual values, historical data, forecast, chart, statistics, economic calendar and news. Content for - Burundi Unemployment Rate - was last refreshed on Thursday, May 28, 2015.

Burundi Labour Last Previous Highest Lowest Unit
Unemployment Rate 35.00 19.50 35.00 19.50 percent [+]
Population 10.16 9.85 10.16 2.78 Million [+]


Unemployment Rate Reference Previous Highest Lowest Unit
Australia 6.20 Apr/15 6.10 10.90 4.00 percent [+]
Brazil 6.40 Apr/15 6.20 13.10 4.30 percent [+]
Canada 6.80 Apr/15 6.80 13.10 2.90 percent [+]
China 4.10 Mar/15 4.10 4.30 3.90 percent [+]
Euro Area 11.30 Mar/15 11.30 12.00 7.20 percent [+]
France 10.40 Nov/14 10.30 10.80 7.20 percent [+]
Germany 4.70 Mar/15 4.70 14.20 0.40 percent [+]
India 4.90 Dec/13 5.20 9.40 4.90 percent [+]
Indonesia 5.94 Aug/14 5.70 11.24 2.00 percent [+]
Italy 13.00 Mar/15 12.70 13.20 5.90 percent [+]
Japan 3.40 Mar/15 3.50 5.60 1.00 percent [+]
Mexico 3.86 Mar/15 4.33 5.93 2.22 percent [+]
Netherlands 7.00 Apr/15 7.00 7.90 3.60 percent [+]
Russia 5.80 Apr/15 5.90 14.10 4.80 percent [+]
South Korea 3.70 Apr/15 3.70 7.10 2.90 percent [+]
Spain 23.78 Feb/15 23.70 26.94 4.41 percent [+]
Switzerland 3.30 Apr/15 3.40 5.40 1.60 percent [+]
Turkey 11.20 Feb/15 11.30 14.80 7.30 percent [+]
United Kingdom 5.50 Mar/15 5.60 12.00 3.40 percent [+]
United States 5.40 Apr/15 5.50 10.80 2.50 percent [+]