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Polish unemployment down to 5% in October: stats office

27.11.2019 10:17
Unemployment in Poland dropped to a new low of 5 percent in October, from 5.1 percent in September, the country’s Central Statistical Office (GUS) said on Wednesday.   
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The latest figure is a notch lower than an earlier estimate by the country’s labour ministry.

There were around  840,500 people without jobs at the end of October, down from 851,200 a month earlier, according to the Central Statistical Office.

Poland's labour minister said last month that the 5.1 percent jobless figure for September marked the lowest unemployment rate in the country in almost three decades.

The European Union's Eurostat statistics agency, which uses a different methodology, reported this month that the Polish jobless rate was a modest 3.3 percent in September, the third-lowest in the 28-nation bloc.


Source: PAP