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Polish jobless rate among EU's lowest, at 3.4% in October: Eurostat

04.12.2021 08:00
Unemployment in Poland was a modest 3.4 percent in October, unchanged from the previous three months and one of the lowest rates in the 27-nation European Union, the bloc’s statistics agency has reported.
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The Czech Republic boasted the lowest jobless rate in the bloc in October, at 2.6 percent, followed by the Netherlands, with 2.9 percent, and Germany, with 3.3 percent, according to the Eurostat agency.

Poland had the fourth-lowest rate among member states in October, the agency's data showed.

Meanwhile, Spain had the highest seasonally-adjusted jobless rate in the EU, at 14.5 percent, while Greek unemployment was the second-highest at 12.9 percent.

Eurostat reported that the EU average for October was 6.7 percent, stable compared with September.

Poland’s Central Statistical Office (GUS), which uses a different methodology, reported at the end of last month that the Polish jobless rate dropped to 5.5 percent in October, from 5.6 percent in September.


Source: PAP, europa.eu/eurostat