Poland jobless rate falls in September
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Poland’s jobless rate fell marginally in September, data from the Warsaw-based Central Statistical Office (GUS) showed on Wednesday. The jobless rate has reach its lowest point since September 1990.
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The registered jobless rate fell to 5.1% in September, from 5.2% in August and July, in line with economists’ expectations. In the same month last year, the jobless rate was 5.7%.
The latest fall in unemployment has taken it to the lowest level seen since September 1990, when the jobless rate was 5%. The number of newly registered unemployed persons increased to 137,500 in September, from 117,400 in the preceding month, GUS said.
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