Poland and the Czech Republic are open for employment – an expert
Due to the pandemic, it is almost impossible for Ukrainians to officially find employment in the United States and it is very difficult in Germany, Belgium, and the Netherlands.
In Europe, border controls have been tightened due to rising domestic unemployment caused by the coronavirus pandemic. This has led to an increase in the number of deportations of Ukrainian citizens working in the EU illegally, UNIAN reports.
In 2020, the pandemic caused significant damage to the global economy, destroying the equivalent of 225 million full-time jobs, said the head of the recruitment company First Visa Ruslana Brovchuk, citing data from the International Labor Organization.
According to her, young people were injured.
“The loss of employment among young people (15-24 years) was 8.7% compared to 3.7% among adults,” Brovchuk said.
She also stressed that it is now very difficult for Ukrainians to officially find employment in the United States, as there are programs in place to reduce the influx of low-skilled people from abroad.
Germany, Belgium, and the Netherlands are more attractive to Ukrainians, but it is difficult to get an official job there. Only Poland and the Czech Republic are open for employment, Brovchuk said.
The expert added that now, due to the pandemic at the internal borders, the countries have introduced strict control, so the number of deported Ukrainians who go, for example, to work in Germany with a Polish visa, has increased sharply.
Earlier it was reported that six illegal Ukrainians were expelled from Slovakia.
Meanwhile, the Prime Minister of Ukraine Denis Shmygal told when Ukrainians will earn, as in Poland.
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