According to the local time of the Polish Ministry of Development, Labor and Technology on February 4, Poland’s registered unemployment rate is estimated to be 6.5% in January; an increase of 0.3% month-on-month; and 1% year-on-year.
Poland’s Ministry of Development, Labour and Technology said that the rise in unemployment in January was caused by seasonal factors in personnel employment.
At the same time, the implementation of relevant epidemic prevention measures is also one of the reasons for the rise in unemployment.
In terms of Poland’s provinces, the provinces with the lowest unemployment rate are 3.9%, and the highest provinces are 10.6%.
According to Eurostat data, the average unemployment rate in the EU is 7.5%.