Poland - Labour migration less popular - November 30, 2016

The number of workers declaring an interest in working abroad is the lowest in years. This was the outcome of research carried out by a recruitment agency, dedicated to the economic migration. 12 percent of Poles are thinking about leaving to work abroad, this is the smallest percentage in years. Last year it was 15 percent, and even early this year it was 19 percent. The conclusion is that a good economic situation and improvement on the labour market is bringing results.

English: http://www.thenews.pl/1/6/Artykul/281658,Are-Poles-losing-interest-in-emigration

Report (in Polish): http://www.workservice.pl/Centrum-prasowe/Informacje-prasowe/Ekspert …  

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