AUSTRALIA is the hottest country in Europe, according to a new study, and it has the highest unemployment rate.
The study by data firm UBS found that Australia’s unemployment rate is 2.6 percentage points higher than the national average.
The UK has the lowest rate, at 0.6%.
The Australian Bureau of Statistics data also revealed that the population of Australia has grown by a record 6.3 million people between August 2016 and August 2017, which has led to the fastest growth in GDP per capita in the world.
The economy is also growing at an average rate of 2.7% per year.
According to the report, Australia is the fastest-growing country in the European Union, but it is also the most heavily indebted nation in the region.
The report notes that Australia is now home to a total of 7.7 trillion euros of debt, compared to a combined GDP of 4.7 percent.
The nation has accumulated a total deficit of more than US$12 trillion, which is a higher debt-to-GDP ratio than Greece, Portugal, Spain, Ireland and Italy.
According the report’s authors, Australia’s economy is now growing at a much slower rate than the rest of Europe, and the debt load is growing more rapidly than the GDP.
The country has also seen a huge surge in the number of people who are living in poverty.
The number of Australians living in absolute poverty increased from 9.2 million in 2017 to 10.7 million in 2020, according the UBS report.
The latest UBS figures show that the number has increased by more than 500,000 people since 2014.
The report also shows that Australians have the highest level of household debt of any country in European Union countries.
The average Australian household debt is equivalent to US$1,749.
This compares to an average debt burden of US$3,874 for the European average.
The UBS data also shows a large number of elderly Australians are also living in extreme poverty.
According to the survey, only about one in six Australians aged 65 or over have a monthly income of less than US $300.
The data also showed that Australia has one of the highest rates of infant mortality, which the report attributes to the fact that Australia, as a nation, has one-third of the world’s births and deaths.
The most popular country in Australia is New Zealand, with more than three-quarters of people choosing to live there, according UBS.
New Zealand is also ranked number one in terms of the number and percentage of young people living in the country, the study found.
The Australian economy has also been growing faster than in Europe since 2014, which led to higher wages for Australians.
In 2020, the average annual wage of Australians was $36,100, while the average wage for Europeans was $55,300.