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Almost half of Ukrainians working in Poland want to work elsewhere

June 17th, 2019

Forty-five percent of Ukrainians working in Poland are considering the possibility of taking a job in another EU country, most often in Germany, according to a survey by the EWL recruitment firm. Despite Poland being one of the most popular labour destinations for Ukrainians, one in eight respondents plans to leave Poland and seek a job in another EU country this year, the EWL wrote in a commentary. "Every fifth Ukrainian citizen working in Poland intends to take such a step in 2020, while some 13.5 percent of the respondents, who want to work in a country other than Poland and Ukraine, are planning to make this move within the next two or three years. Only one in four Ukrainians is planning to continue working in our country," said EWL.


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