More than 370,000 Ukrainian refugees found jobs in Poland under a simplified procedure

In Poland, after the start of full-scale Russian aggression against Ukraine, since February 24, more than 370,000 Ukrainians have been employed under a simplified procedure.

About it on the air of the Catholic radio Siodma9 Minister of Family and Social Policy of Poland Marlena Malong said, Ukrinform reports.

It should also be noted that our labor market is supplemented citizens of Ukrainewho arrived in Poland after the start of the war in Ukraine. Now more than 370,000 people work here, who were able to find a job in Poland under a simplified procedure,” Malong said.

Read also: Shmygal offered Rau to organize a meeting of the “Lublin Triangle”

According to her, in Poland today the unemployment rate is 4.9%, which is one of the lowest rates in the last 32 years. Poland, along with the Czech Republic, is the country with the lowest unemployment rate in the European Union.

According to the agency, most Ukrainians after February 24 were employed in the Mazowiecki (Warsaw), Lower Silesia (Wroclaw), Lodz (Lodz) and Greater Poland (Poznan) voivodeships.

Read also: Poland may support Estonia’s initiative on visa restrictions for Russians

It is estimated that approximately 3.5 million Ukrainian citizens may be in Poland today, half of whom arrived after Russia’s full-scale invasion.

Ukrainians who arrived in Poland after February 24, according to the special law on assistance to Ukrainians, received simplified conditions of stay and employment in the Republic of Poland.

Photo: Beata Zawrzel, AAF

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back to top button