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Hungary sees fewer registered job seekers in August

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The number of job seekers in Hungary fell to 339,000 from 362,000 at the end of July 2015, down from 401,500 at the end of August 2014, the National Employment Office (NFSZ) said on its website today.

Findings by NFSZ suggest that the figure was the lowest it has been since August of 2002. Data also reveal that 29.7% of job seeker have been seeking a job for more than a year, 5.1% less than in the same period of the previous year.

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