For Poznań, Poland’s fifth largest city, 2016 was a fantastic year. Not only did its manufacturing and retail sector grow by nine and thirteen per cent respectively, but labour productivity also increased by six per cent and unemployment didn’t even reach two per cent — the lowest in Poland. In addition, the city attracted more tourists — the number of overnight stays skyrocketed by 18 per cent. Finally, 1,700 new firms were set up, taking advantage of the city’s convenient location between Warsaw and Berlin.
“The low regional unemployment rate reflects the demand for educated students from the city’s world class …read more
Source: Emerging Europe