The number of Asians working in economic sectors previously dominated by Poles and Ukrainians is increasing every month, according to the newspaper Rzeczpospolita.
The number of official employees from Belarus, applying for pension and disability insurance, has increased by nearly 40 percent in the 2022-23 period, Poland's social insurance institution ZUS has reported.
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After quitting the demanding world of finance, Kamila Nawój says she hopes to now challenge gender stereotypes and set up her own female renovation team.
Following Russia’s invasion in February 2022, special educator Grażyna Sławińska decided to quit her desk job and travel to the Ukrainian city of Kharkiv to offer her assistance.
The vast majority of Polish firms now employ Ukrainians, according to new research.
A large majority of Ukrainian refugees in Poland have found work, new research has shown.
Mateusz Morawiecki, Poland's prime minister, had dismissed newspaper allegations that his sister had a full-time “fictitious” job while at the same time holding down her actual job.
About 90 percent of Ukrainians working in Poland are satisfied with their jobs with only 10 percent of them looking for a new employer, a survey has shown.