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Caribbean SIDS and unemployment

Unemployment in the Caribbean is high.

Anguilla 7.8%

Antigua and Barbuda 11%

Aruba 5.7%

Bahamas 15.9%

Barbados 9.4%

Belize 32.2%

British Virgin Island 3.1%

Cuba 1.6%

Dominica 23%

Dominican Republic 14.4%

Grenada 24.5%

Guyana 9%

Haiti 40%

Jamaica 12.6%

Montserrat 6%

Netherlands Antilles 10

Puerto Rico 13.5%

Saint Kitts and Nevis 5.%

Saint Lucia 15.7%

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 18%

Suriname 9.5%

Trinidad and Tobago 5.8%

Unites States Virgin Island 13.2%

(, Accessed on 12 February 2013)

In Haiti and Belize the unemployment is extremely high. In socialist Cuba the unemployment is extreemly low. Unemployment is also low in Saint Kitts & Nevis and BVI.

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