Unemployment across the eurozone edged higher in February to almost 11%.
That's the highest level since the introduction of the single currency in 1999.
Spain has the highest rate of 23.5%.
Italy was 9.3%. For those aged between 15 and 24 the rate was 31.9%.
The BBC reports the lowest unemployment rates were in Austria (4.2%), the Netherlands (4.9%) and Germany (5.7%).
Meanwhile, a separate report has confirmed that manufacturing activity in Europe shrank in February.
Economists say it's a further indicator the eurozone is probably in recession.