What supply side horsecrap.
Anyone got a link that is more up to date,that shows things to have improved or worsened?
Working poor in Europe - Poland
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Statistical evidence indicates that the phenomenon of in-work poverty seems very relevant to the Polish situation. However, it is almost non-existent in the agenda of policymakers, employee or employer representatives. Poland reports among the highest rates of in-work poverty (12%) and one of the lowest employment rates (57%). Most of the working poor are 40 years or older, living in households composed of many people and with at least two, or often three, generations. Their presence in the labour market is clearly visible, but almost non-existent in the institutions of social or fiscal policy.Each time you break the rules you risk suspension.