If Germany opens its labor market next year as planned to skilled non-EU workers
Wednesday, June 12, 2019

If Germany opens its labor market next year as planned to skilled non-EU workers

If Germany opens its labor market next year as planned to skilled non-EU workers, one-quarter of all Ukrainians working in Poland could migrate west to Germany by 2023, according to an employee poll by the National Bank of Poland. Ukrainian labor — about 800,000 workers — has increased Poland’s GNP growth by about one percentage point for each of the last five years, Jakub Growiec, a central bank analyst, tells Business Insider Polska.

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