I found a site that lists unemployment rates it's not as up to date equally for all countries, for instance some are listed as February this year, some March, some April but it lists:
Germany and Denmark as 4.2% Sweden as 7.7% Austria as 9.1% Finland 10.1% and Italy as 11.4% Cyprus as 12.1%
Meanwhile for countries with a min wage:
UK as 5.1% Malta 5.2 % Czech Republic 5.7% Hungary 6% Estonia, The Netherlands and Romania 6.4 % Luxembourg 6.5% Ireland 8.4 % Belgium 8.5% Latvia: 9.8% Bulgaria 9.88% Slovakia 9.9% France is 10% Poland is 10% Portugal 12.2% Croatia 17.2%
worth pointing out these really bump up the average: Spain 21% Greece 24.4%
May have missed a country or two, was getting bored listing them all.
And all of these countries vary quite a bit in other respects too so pointing out if a country has a min wage or not doesn't really say anything. It's not fair for instance to compare some of the Eastern European countries that are now part of the EU with the Northern European bunch, though despite that, in terms of employment rate statistics they are evidently doing not too badly (except Croatia.)
Worth noting that evidently US is 5% (lower than the whole of the EU right now bar Denmark and Germany,) I wouldn't be surprised if all the statistics were inaccurate, but that's why it'd be useful to know where they get them from.