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Labor shortage question
   
Adam Glapinski
Poland's current labor shortage might be somewhat artificially aggravated as the country's ranks of "employable" jobless are wide, especially in the rural areas and among women, ING BSK's chief economist Rafal Benecki comments for the daily Rzeczpospolita, thereby agreeing with the central bank's head Adam Glapinski stance expressed at the Tuesday MPC conference.
Poland sports considerable reserves of labor force, however, they are constituted mainly by professionally inactive people unwilling to search for a job, the GRAPE research center economist Joanna Tyrowicz observes.
Employers are not without blame as they lack ideas as to the effective activation of "employable" jobless, or are unwilling to tap into the 50+ demographic segment in search of workers, professor Marek Gora from the Warsaw School of Economics (SGH) says.