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Polish unemployment steady at 6.1% in November: labour ministry

07.12.2020 11:36
Unemployment in Poland stood at 6.1 percent in November, unchanged from the previous five months, the labour ministry said on Monday.
Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay
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The EU’s statistics agency, which uses a different methodology, reported last week that joblessness in Poland was a modest 3.5 percent in October, the second-lowest rate in the 27-nation European Union.

Labour Minister Marlena Maląg said in October that the Polish labour market was stabilizing after a period of lockdown and restrictions affecting the economy amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The Polish Prime Minister’s Office said last month that some 6 million jobs had been saved throughout the country thanks to measures including a massive relief and stimulus package that aims to shield the economy from the coronavirus.

(pk)

Source: PAP