Employment in Poland rises by 2.5% y/y in Q1 of 2012.

By bne IntelliNews June 18, 2012
The number of persons employed in Poland went up by 2.5% y/y in Q1 of 2012 vs. a rise of 0.6% a quarter earlier, according to provisional national accounts estimates published by Eurostat. In the whole European Union, the employment was down by 0.1% in annual terms. In quarterly terms, employment in Poland grew by 0.8%, while in the whole EU, it stayed unchanged. Thus, Poland - alongside Romania - posted the highest annual growth of employment last quarter.

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