The rise in unemployment (including persons in training), after peaking in mid-April, is at +50.7 percent in May also slightly
less pronounced than in April (+58.2 percent, March +52.5 percent). The unemployment rate fell to 11.5 percent (April: 12.7
percent, March: 12.3 percent). The number of people in marginal employment, which are not reported in the official figures
of the Main Association of Social Security Institutions, has also fallen massively since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic.
In May, the decline in employment amounted to 12.6 percent or 43,909 to 305,628 (April 17.8 percent, March
21.5 percent) and is currently at a level like 10 years ago (2011: 307,741).