According to study service research on 90 percent, the Poles are not interested in working abroad. The main obstacles to the protection of immigrants from Poles are family and friends and attractive works instead of residences.
The study stated that the low unemployment rate and the conditions of continuous employment in the country are effective in reducing the migration plans of the Poles.
Only 8.6 per cent because of the ninth issue of the dokuz Migration of Polish Gains 8 report prepared by the Business Service. Active or potential participants in the labor market are considering a trip to study abroad. At the same time 37.1 percent. they want to leave for three months and 19.2 percent. permanent.
Istem For the first time in the survey history, the percentage of Poles taking into account work migration reaches a single digit, while about one-fifth of potential migrants want to be permanently separated. This is 4.5 points lower than the previous edition of our survey. Maciej Witucki, chairman of the working group of the research office, said, dışına other than the narrowing pool of people who plan to travel abroad, the share of those who plan such actions in the short term also increases. Araştırma
These results are a result of the improved situation in the labor market, he added. "Increasing employment conditions not only affects the decline in interest rates on a business trip, but also leads to an increase in the percentage of Poles rejecting immigrant plans." At the moment, a little more than 90% of respondents said, c Witucki.
Research shows that currently only 3 percent. The Poles are planning to emigrate to the British Isles. Germany, on the other hand, is always the most popular travel destination with a rate of 23.3 percent. The first three of the Polish immigrants included Norway (15.6 percent) and Sweden (14.7 percent) for the first time. In the last six months, he fell from the second to the fourth, as stated in the Work Service, the Netherlands fell as a result of the seasonal change after the end of the summer period.
According to the report, about 7 out of 10 Poles decided to participate in employment as much as the previous editions, due to the amount of earnings. In second place, the separation of citizens abroad is due both to better career prospects and to a higher standard of living (32%).
The highest results in the survey history recorded social conditions in other countries with 31 percent. Poles. For almost a quarter of the respondents, the reason for migration is a more favorable tax system, more intimate public administration and the possibility of traveling. 14. Participants are planning to go abroad due to lack of proper work in Poland. This is 10 percent lower than last year.
According to the Study Service, the main obstacles of the Poles due to migration are the conspicuous work of family and friends (65%) and seating (38%). As in the previous edition of the survey, it was stated that the participants indicated that the people abroad had great cultural differences and mentality (18%). In addition, in the last six months, 7 pp. Because they believed that the Poles were ill-treated there, the percentage of those who agreed to work outside the country increased.
The report shows that between 35 and 60 years of age (55%) would prefer to work abroad. 82% of the Poles planned to migrate there is a 49 percent job There is full-time work.
In the case of the place where potential migrants reside, the two regions are clearly visible in the map of Poland – the largest share of people interested in central migration (31%) and only 8% in the south-west. Participants are considering working abroad. As in the previous edition of the study, the Poles, who live in rural areas and live in cities up to 100,000, mostly think of economic migration. Residents (68%).
In the study, the data presented as part of the report "Migration of Polish Gains" was prepared and developed at the request of the QA Service. research institute Kantar Millward Brown S.A. The survey was conducted on 19-23 September 2018 in N = 593 people who were employed, unemployed, learning and were on maternity and maternity leave. The sample was selected from a representative sample of adult Poles N = 1000 across the country. The survey was also conducted using computer assisted telephone calls. (PAP)
Author: Karolina Kropiwiec
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