Thirty-three percent of Ukrainians working in Poland want to settle down in this country, up from 22 percent a year ago, a survey by the EWL recruitment firm showed. Every fifth respondent declared that they want to stay in Poland for several years.
According to EWL, the increase in minimum hourly pay is for 58.1 percent of the respondents the most desirable move of the Polish authorities as this would improve working conditions of Ukrainian citizens in Poland. Easier employment procedures are very important for 44 percent while 37 percent said Polish institutions should issue their decisions more quickly. The survey was conducted on April 17-May 31, 2019 among 855 Ukrainians working in Poland.
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