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Polish jobless rate third-lowest in EU, at 3.2% in October: Eurostat

30.11.2019 07:30
Unemployment in Poland was a modest 3.2 percent in October the third-lowest rate in the 28-nation European Union, the bloc’s statistics agency has reported.
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The Czech Republic boasted the lowest unemployment rate in the European Union in October, at 2.2 percent, followed by Germany with 3.1 percent, according to the Eurostat agency.

Meanwhile, Greece had the highest jobless rate in the EU, at 16.7 percent, while Spanish unemployment was the second-highest at 14.2 percent, the agency said.

It reported that the EU average for October was 6.3 percent, while unemployment across the 19-country eurozone fell to 7.5 percent, down from 7.6 percent in September and the lowest since July 2008.

Poland’s Central Statistical Office (GUS), which uses a different methodology, reported last month that the Polish jobless rate held steady at a record low of 5.1 percent in October, unchanged from September.

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Source: PAP