Serbia's Jobless Rate Falls in October
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The number of unemployed people in Serbia fell by 2.4% compared to the previous month and was 13% lower than a year earlier, data from the country's Employment Service showed wrote news portal SeeNews.
The number of unemployed people decreased to 427,000 from 438,000 in September and from 482,000 in the last year October.
There were 46,000 unemployed persons in the 15-24 age group in October, 51% of whom were women.
The lowest numbers of unemployed persons were recorded in the IT and health sectors, 17,700 and 17,200, respectively.
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