Germany remains the primary destination for Poles looking to work abroad. According to Poland’s Centre for Public Opinion Research (CBOS), in 2016, 41 per cent of Poles working abroad chose the country’s Western neighbour, although there have been years when as many as 48 per cent of Poles abroad worked in Germany. There are two reasons Germany remains favourite: an average monthly salary of 3,700 euros — one of the highest in Europe — and the proximity of the labour market.
“The German market is still attractive,” Bartosz Grejner, an analyst at Cinkciarz.pl, told Money.pl. “The most recent statistics show …read more
Source: Emerging Europe