Poland had one of the lowest unemployment rates in the EU in February, according to data published by Eurostat, the bloc’s statistical office.
The office put Poland’s rate at 3.0 percent, right after the 2.4 percent held by the Czech Republic in first place.
Spain and Greece recorded the worst results in February with 12.6 percent and 11.9 percent respectively, according to Eurostat data.
In February 2022, the unemployment rate in the eurozone countries stood at 6.8 percent and in the entire 27-member bloc, the average unemployment rate was at 6.2 percent.
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