The unemployment rate hit a record-high 4.9 percent in June, with the rate for men reaching an all-time high of 5.1 percent, the Management and Coordination Agency reported Friday.

On the same day, the Labor Ministry announced that the ratio of job offers to job seekers in June stayed at a record-low 0.46 for the second consecutive month. The ratio means there were only 46 job offers for every 100 job seekers.

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