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Coronavirus lockdown impacts Polish labour market

21.05.2020 16:29
The coronavirus pandemic has seriously affected Poland’s labour market but, according to analysts, the full impact will be visible only in the months to come.
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Employment in Polish companies dropped by 2.1 percent in April on average in year-on-year terms, while falling by 2.4 percent from a month earlier, according to data the country’s Central Statistical Office released on Wednesday. 

The figures, however, apply to companies with more than nine employees, and there is still no data on micro and small firms.

Andrzej Kubisiak from the Polish Economic Institute said that the coming months will show the true picture of the situation on the labour market, with some estimates indicating that unemployment could hit 13 percent.