On May 1, 2004, Poland became a member of the European Union, which resulted in significant changes in many areas of the country's life. One of the biggest processes was the migration of labor. At that time, Poland was significantly inferior in economic development to many European countries, the large difference in pay and working conditions forced many Poles to look for a better life abroad.
After 15 years some of the workers who left have returned, the flow of migrant workers from the countries of the former USSR has increased, but it cannot be said that the problem has been completely solved today. The Polish economy is rapidly developing and requires more and more "hands", therefore in many areas the demand for employees exceeds supply.
Polish economy is rapidly developing and requires more and more "hands"
Skilled workers are in demand anytime, anywhere. Admission and study at a Polish university opens up great opportunities for you not only in this country, but also practically all over the world – graduates of Polish universities receive European diplomas that don't require additional confirmation in most countries of the world. But if you decide to move to Poland, then here is a list of professions that are most in demand in the country today.
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