In recent years, the strongest demand for labour from Ukraine grew up in Germany
The poll conducted by HeadHunter Ukraine, showed that at the moment 92% of Ukrainians would like to work abroad, and 29% already have such experience. People admit that they would like to work abroad for higher wages, but also because of the lack of jobs at home.
While there are factors that stop people from labour migration. Among them, the Ukrainians called separation from loved ones, language problems, and difficulty with paperwork and the job search.
In recent years, the strongest demand for Ukrainian workers grew up in Germany: the number of jobs there that are available for Ukrainians, compared with the 2017 year increased by 13%. At the same time, Polish employers are set up already less positively against the Ukrainians — the number of vacancies from them decreased by 12%.
The survey showed that most are ready to move to Poland top managers and people without experience. In addition, the neighboring country popular with advertisers. At the same time, the pros rarely agree to go to work in Poland. In turn, Germany is stronger just in need of Ukrainian doctors and builders.
Previously, we reported that the Czech Republic has decided to compete with Poland in attracting their production of Ukrainian workers began lobbying for the simplification of employment for citizens of countries that are not EU members. In the Czech Republic, according to local statistics, there is an annual shortage of workers.
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So the figures show disappointing: almost 100 thousand persons urgently required at various branches of production Czech Republic
It should be noted that according to official data, in 2018 320 thousand open on the Czech labour exchange of vacancies, there were only 230 thousand applicants.
The authorities have inhibit the consideration of the facilitation of the employment for non-EU countries, because of the possible fall of the level of payment for the Czechs.
In this regard, the Czech government has put forward an alternative proposal: a gradual increase in wages of the Czech workers with the simultaneous involvement of labor from the countries of the Union for the EU.
Recall, the Ukrainian zarobitchane broke all records for a year of work in Poland.
As reported Politeka, Ukrainians are ready to leave the country, Germany has made the best offer.
Politeka also wrote that Ukrainian youth is torn from the country.