Estonia -Work abroad most often motivated by higher wages -July 23, 2012

A survey by trade union STTK found that about 40% of Estonians are willing to work abroad, in three out of four cases in order to earn higher wages. Finland is mentioned as the best country to work in, followed by Germany and Sweden. Half of Estonians willing to work abroad expect they will earn over €2000 per month in other countries.

English: http://www.artto.kaapeli.fi/unions/T2012/p28

 

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