Almost one-fourth of working Poles are considering going abroad to work in the coming year, according to the latest Randstad survey. The authors of the report indicate that the primary reason for considering emigration is the desire to get a better-paid job with the main destinations taken into consideration including Germany, the UK, and the Netherlands.
“The vast majority of the people who are considering traveling abroad plan to do physical work. However, more than one-fourth of them do not yet know what work they would do. A small percentage of the employees considering traveling to work abroad plan to do white-collar work, i.e. want to do office work (8%), be an IT specialist (5%) or a teacher (1%),” the report reads.
The authors of the study point out that the labor market shows an increase in the level of turnover in companies. As many as 22% of Poles have changed their employer in the last six months, which means an increase of two percentage points.