Registered Unemployed Total Down 1.4% in February

05 Mar 2015 / By STA, T. M.

The positive trend on the labour market continued last month, as a total of 122,552 people were registered as unemployed in February, 1.4% fewer than the month before, the Employment Service reported on Thursday.

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