Unemployment was 7.5% across the European Union.


In February, the unemployment rate, after seasonal adjustment, according to Eurostat methodology, was 3.1% in Poland, as in January. The number of unemployed was 540,000 compared to 531,000 in January.


‘The lowest unemployment across the EU in February, another month of being a leader,’ wrote Maliszewski.


‘For me, the person who remembers the difficult periods of high unemployment in Poland, this is very important information,’ he added. 


In this regard, he attached an entry of the Permanent Representation of the Republic of Poland to the EU, which states that in February unemployment in Poland remained at its lowest level in the European Union. Just behind Poland are the Czech Republic with 3.2% unemployment and the Netherlands with 3.6%.




The unemployment rate in the euro area in February 2021, after seasonal factors, was 8.3%, compared with 8.3% the previous month, after adjusting for 8.1%. The average unemployment rate in EU countries was 7.5%, compared to 7.5% the previous month.