By 2050 a shortage of workers on the Polish labour market of approximately 10.6 million people aged 18-44 years, according to the national Bank of Poland.
Until the end of 2020 on the Polish labor market will be receiving 200-300 thousand Ukrainians annually. This is evidenced by the forecast of the National Bank of Poland, reported on a press-conferences the Deputy Director of the Department of economic analysis controller Jacek Kotlovsky, reports Radio Poland.
According to him, the number of Ukrainian citizens on the labour market in Poland is growing, but the growth rate has slowed since the peak was recorded in 2017-2016. the Most likely scenario is a growth rate of 200-300 thousand people a year.
Kotlovsky stressed that there are many risk factors for this forecast, in particular, the visa policy of the European Union countries and the situation in Ukraine.
According to a study by the national Bank, by 2050 a shortage of workers on the Polish labour market of approximately 10.6 million people aged 18-44 years.
According to Deloitte, the situation can balance the migration of 4.5 million workers from the Eastern border of Poland.
"In turn, Upper Job the data show that income expectations among Ukrainians grows. 56% want to earn at least 3 thousand PLN, and one fifth to more than 5 thousand PLN. The study of this company confirms that now Poland is the most attractive for Ukrainian labour market", - writes the edition.
Recall that the number of Polish citizens who feel antipathy to Ukrainians, greatly exceeds the number of those who show sympathy.
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