Polish Unemployment Falls in April

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Unemployment in Poland dropped to 5.1% in April, from 5.3% in March, the Warsaw-based Central Statistical Office (GUS) reported on Monday.

This was the lowest jobless rate since December last year, when it was also the same 5.1%.

There were around 797,100 people without jobs across the nation at the end of April, compared with 822,200 a month earlier, according to the statistics agency.

The number of unemployed young people under the age of 24 dropped to 99,100 in April from 115,200 in the previous month.

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