Nearly 60% of Ukrainian employees would rather move to Germany

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Over a half (59 percent) of Ukrainians working in Poland would leave for Germany, once the migration policy of Poland’s western neighbor changed to offer conditions similar to those in Poland, a study conducted by Work Service revealed. “The fact that Ukraine’s citizens are coming to the Polish job market in masses does not need to be a stable trend,” the report emphasized.

Only 6 percent of respondents stated they wouldn’t definitely not considered the move. “This is related to the reasons why Ukrainian citizens decided to migrate. For the higher pay is a key element, and Polish employers have no way of competing with German ones,” the report added.

According to the study, nearly three out of 4 Ukrainians working in Poland would like to stay for at least 2-3 years.

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