The unemployment rate in April fell to 5.2%. From 5.4 percent in March – the Central Statistical Office reported. According to the Central Bureau of Statistics (GUS) The number of registered unemployed people last month in the Polish labor offices reached 878 thousand. Persons. It’s 22 thousand. People less than March.
Earlier, the Ministry of Family and Social Policy reported that according to the ministry’s estimates, the unemployment rate in April was 5.3 percent. So it’s a little better than the government expected.
Where is the highest and lowest unemployment?
According to data from the Central Statistical Office of Poland (GUS), the lowest unemployment rate in Greater Poland is 2.9%. Directly behind it are Silesia (4.2%) and Mabolska (4.4%). The most difficult positions are in Warmia and Mazury (8.3%), Podkarbasi (7.8%) and Kojawsko-Pomorsky (7.3%).
The provinces with the lowest unemployment rate are the city of Pozna (1.4%), and Pozna in Pozna (1.4%). The district of Wrocław poviat (1.6%), the city of Wrocław (1.7%) and Kępiński poviat (1.7%) also do well. In Warsaw, the unemployment rate is 1.8%, in Katowice 1.9%, and the same in Tichy.
The highest unemployment rate in Szydłowiec County (21.7%) is in Mazowsze.
Unemployment rate in Poland. LFS data
New data based on the Labor Force Survey (LFS) has also been published. The unemployment rate in Poland in the first quarter of 2022 was 3.1%. Compared to 2.9 percent in the fourth quarter of 2021 – the Central Bureau of Statistics reported.
The professional activity rate in the first quarter of 2022 was 58.0% as in the previous quarter, while the employment rate was 56.2%. compared to 56.3 percent in the fourth quarter of 2021
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