The exceptional stregth of the Polish labor market

Oct 23, 2014 2:07 PM|

Published: 23.10.2014

The Polish labor market, very much like the nature, used to slowly fall into hibernation. This year, however, the employment data are much better in comparison to recent years.

Some of the foreign reports did suggest that the Polish economy is now improving slower than it used to. Such reactions were caused mainly by low industrial readings from August. Along with the low PMI readings (most important industrial prosperity index), the fall in industrial readings indicated that difficult times may be ahead of us.

Piotr Lonczak, analyst

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Oct 23, 2014 2:07 PM|

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