Ireland is 15th in the EU28 unemployment table according to the latest statistics from Eurostat.
The latest figures show Ireland has an unmploymnent rate of 5.2%.
The Czech Republic has the lowest rate of unemployment at 2%.
Greece has the highest rate at 17%.
The number of people out of work is at its lowest level since 2000 across the 28 member states.
The unemployment rate across the EU was just over 6%, half a percent less than the year before.
It's estimated just over 15m people didn't have a job in the 28 member states when the study was carried out in August.
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