Argentina Unemployment Rate

Last Release
Jun 2019
Actual
10.6 %
Forecast
10.8 %
Previous
10.1 %
Frequency
Quarterly
Units In
%
Next Release
Dec 19, 2019
Time to Release
1 Months 3 Days 8 Hours
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Highest
Lowest
Average
Date Range
Source
20.8 %
Dec 2002
5.9 %
Sep 2015
9.43 %2002 - 2019N/A
In Argentina, the unemployment rate measures the number of people actively looking for a job as a percentage of the labour force.

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Argentina labour Indicators

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Indicator
Last
Previous
Min
Max
Unit
Frequency
Range
Employment Rate
42.6
Jun 2019
42.3
Mar 2019
36.3
Mar 2003
43.4
Sep 2011
%Quarterly2002 - 2019
Minimum Wages
16,875
Oct 2019
15,625
Sep 2019
0
Nov 1987
16,875
Oct 2019
ARS/MonthMonthly1965 - 2019
Labor Force Participation Rate
47.7
Jun 2019
47
Mar 2019
44.5
Jun 2015
47.7
Jun 2019
%Quarterly2010 - 2019
Population
44.5
Dec 2018
44.05
Dec 2017
20.68
Dec 1960
44.5
Dec 2018
MillionYearly1960 - 2018
Living Wage Family
14,400
Dec 2018
12,200
Dec 2017
10,300
Dec 2015
14,400
Dec 2018
ARS/MonthYearly2015 - 2018
Living Wage Individual
10,400
Dec 2018
8,560
Dec 2017
6,550
Dec 2015
10,400
Dec 2018
ARS/MonthYearly2015 - 2018

Unemployment Rate across South America

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Country
Last
Previous
Min
Max
Unit
Frequency
Range
Argentina
10.6
Jun 2019
10.1
Mar 2019
5.9
Sep 2015
20.8
Dec 2002
%Quarterly2002 - 2019
Bolivia
3.4
Dec 2017
3.4
Dec 2016
2.1
Dec 1997
6
Dec 1993
%Yearly1991 - 2017
Brazil
11.8
Sep 2019
11.8
Aug 2019
6.2
Dec 2013
13.7
Mar 2017
%Monthly2012 - 2019
Chile
7
Sep 2019
7.2
Aug 2019
5.1
Feb 1998
13.5
Feb 1986
%Monthly1986 - 2019
Colombia
10.2
Sep 2019
10.8
Aug 2019
7.3
Nov 2015
17.87
Jan 2002
%Monthly2001 - 2019
Ecuador
5.9
Sep 2019
5.6
Jun 2019
4.54
Dec 2014
11.86
Mar 2004
%Quarterly2003 - 2019
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