Number of registered job seekers declines 0.5% in April

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The number of registered job seekers in Hungary declined 0.5% yr/yr to 552,000, the National Labor Affairs Office (NMH) reported on Friday. The number of registered job seekers fell 11% in April from March, NMH said. A total of 173,000 people have been registered job seekers for a year or more, or 31.4% of all registered job seekers in the month of April, the NMH noted.

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