The unemployment rate in the eurozone has fallen to its lowest since February 2009, according to the latest official figures.
The rate dropped to 9.1% last month, from a downwardly revised 9.2% in May.
Separately, inflation remained unchanged in July at 1.3%, according to a preliminary estimate from Eurostat, the European Union's statistics office.
However, core inflation, which excludes unprocessed food and energy prices, rose to 1.3% from 1.2% in June.
Inflation in the 19-nation bloc still remains well below the European Central Bank's target of close to, but below, 2%.
Unemployment fell in all 19 eurozone member countries except Estonia.
The lowest unemployment rates last month were in Germany at 3.8% and Malta at 4.1%.
Greece has the highest rate of unemployment in the eurozone at 21.7%, and also the highest rate of youth unemployment at 45.5%, although those figures refer to April - the latest data available for the country.
The second highest unemployment rate was 17.1% in Spain, which was down from 19.9% a year earlier.
Spain also had the second highest level of youth unemployment among 15-24 year olds at 39.2%.
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