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Polish unemployment down to 6.3% in April: stats office

26.05.2021 11:15
Unemployment in Poland dropped to 6.3 percent in April, from 6.4 percent in March, the state-run Central Statistical Office (GUS) reported on Wednesday.
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The figure was in line with an earlier estimate by the country’s labour ministry.

There were around 1,053,800 people without jobs across the nation at the end of April, compared with 1,078,400 a month earlier, according to the Central Statistical Office.

According to the European Union’s Eurostat statistics agency, which uses a different methodology, unemployment in Poland was a modest 3.1 percent in March, the lowest rate in the 27-nation bloc.

Poland's Deputy Prime Minister Jarosław Gowin has said that the government has spent more than PLN 200 billion (EUR 44 billion, USD 52 billion) to save almost 7 million jobs since the coronavirus crisis hit the country in March last year.

President Andrzej Duda in late January signed into law Poland’s budget for 2021, which expects the country's unemployment rate to rise to 7.5 percent by the end of this year, from 6.2 percent at the end of 2020.

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Source: IAR