Unemployment in Poland dropped to 8.6 percent in July, the lowest level since 1991, deputy Family and Labour Minister Stanisław Szwed said on Thursday. Unemployment in June stood at 8.8 percent.
Szwed said joblessness should continue to fall in the months ahead: “There is nothing to indicate a rise in the coming months. I hope there will be a slight decrease.”
He said summer is traditionally a period in which unemployment falls because of seasonal work, but added that efforts to tackle unemployment and create jobs are also producing results.