Unemployment in Latvia decreases slightly in April


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At the end of April, Latvia's unemployment rate was 7.9% of the economically active population, which is 0.3 percentage points lower than the previous month, reported the BNN-News citing data from the State Employment Agency (NVA).

At the end of April there were 71,376 unemployed people registered with NVA, which is 2,856 people fewer than and of March.

The registered unemployment level has declined 0.3 percentage points in April, reaching 7.8% of economically active population. At the end of 2020, the registered unemployment level in Latvia was 7.7% of the economically active population


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