The seasonally adjusted unemployment rate in Poland stood at 3.8 percent in May, the same as the month before, the EU statistical office Eurostat said. This is a drop from May 2017, when it stood at 5.2 percent. The pan-European statistics agency, which uses roughly the same criteria as Poland’s Central Statistical Office (GUS) to measure unemployment levels, stated that the number of unemployed people in Poland amounted to 644k, compared with 657k a month earlier. Across the EU, the unemployment rate stood at 7 percent.
According to GUS data, the unemployment in January was at 6.1 percent.