An average of 44 people have to compete for each available job in Poland, according to figures from the Central Statistical Office. In 2011, the average number of people going for every job was 41.
The worst situation is in the Warmiñsko-Mazurskie voivodship, where there are an average of 105 people vying for each workplace.
Silesia offers the best employment opportunities, since there are 23 people applying for every job vacancy.
In the Mazowieckie region where Warsaw, the capital city and business center of the country, is located, there are 54 people applying for every available vacancy.
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