Problems in labour market in spite of record low unemployment rate

26.05.2017 10:01|

Date: 25.05.2017

Over the past few months we have been receiving news about significant declines in Poland’s unemployment rate. According to initial estimates from the Ministry of Labour, this index would go down to 7.7% in April, which would be its lowest level since 1991. Nevertheless, this data is quite inconsistent with the fact that Poland has one of the least attractive labour markets in the European Union.

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