According to Business Insider, agencies sent 776.1 thousand last year to work. people. This is almost 90,000 employees less than in 2017. The last such fall was recorded during the global economic crisis 10 years ago. Currently, the reason for the lack of people willing to work temporarily is the decline in unemployment. The unemployment rate in April was 5.6%. It is estimated that in the summer season, at the peak of seasonal work, unemployment may even fall to 5.1%.
The situation on the temporary workers’ market is being saved by Ukrainians. Economic migrants from Ukraine are not getting ready for mass trips to work in Germany. Our country still remains their preferred destination for saxis and permanent emigration – writes Rzeczpospolita.
Rzeczpospolita is quoted a report by the Polish-Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce of a survey of economic migrants from Ukraine conducted at the turn of the year on a group of 1025 people. It shows that almost two-thirds of Ukrainians who have already worked on the border still want to earn money abroad – and preferably in Poland.
In the PUIG study over 60% The respondents chose Poland as the preferred one for permanent emigration. In addition, 70 percent. your previous work experience in Poland has been positively assessed, of which 22 percent. – “very positive”. A negative opinion on this issue is 4 percent. respondents, and 25 percent chose the answer “indifferently”.