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Over 21,000 Ukrainians find jobs in Poland

In accordance with current regulations, Ukrainian citizens are allowed to start working in Poland without a work permit.
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Polish firms have already employed over 21,000 Ukrainians following the opening of Poland’s labour market to refugees, the family and social policy minister has said.

Marlena Maląg presented the figures covering the period up to March 29 after a meeting of the Social Dialogue Council on Friday.

According to Maląg, over 900 people have been registered as seeking employment and around 8,000 Ukrainians have expressed interest in vocational training in order to find a job.

In accordance with current regulations, Ukrainian citizens are allowed to start working in Poland without a work permit.

According to Maląg, over 900 people have been registered as seeking employment and around 8,000 Ukrainians have expressed interest in vocational training in order to find a job.Rafał Guz/PAP

Most Ukrainians have found a job in Poland’s largest cities, namely, Warsaw, Wrocław and Poznań.

Over 2.4 million refugees, mainly women and children, have crossed the Polish-Ukrainian border into Poland since Russia invaded Ukraine over a month ago.


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