In March, Poland recorded an unemployment rate of 2.9%, the lowest among the 27-member European Union, as reported by the bloc's statistical agency.

Poland and the Czech Republic shared the lowest jobless rate in the EU for March, each at 2.9%, according to Eurostat.

Conversely, Spain exhibited the highest seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate in the EU at 11.7%, followed by Greece at 10.2%, according to the latest data available.

Eurostat's report indicated that the EU's average unemployment rate for March was 6%, a decrease from 6.1% in February and consistent with March 2023.

Meanwhile, Poland's statistics office (GUS), utilizing a different methodology, reported last month that the country's unemployment rate decreased to 5.3% in March from 5.4% in February. Photo by Phil Whitehouse, Wikimedia commons.