Sixty percent of Ukrainians with experience working abroad would opt for Poland as their destination for work, a new report has found. Germany came second in the ranking, named by 17 percent of Ukrainian respondents surveyed by the Polish-Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce. (...)
Andrzej Korkus, chief of the EWL Group recruitment agency, said, “The Polish labour market continues to have a number of advantages over Western markets.”
According to Korkus, these include opportunities to work overtime to earn more and lower costs of living.
Its close proximity to Ukraine, combined with lower language and cultural barriers, gives Poland an added edge over the West, Korkus said. (...)
Source: Radio Poland