Demand for Ukrainian workers has grown by 40% over the past six months

Poland, Germany, and the Czech Republic are the countries that most commonly offer jobs to Ukrainians.

21 December 2020

Demand for Ukrainian workers has grown by 40% over the past six months

Demand for Ukrainian workers has grown by 40% over the past six months. Poland, Germany, and the Czech Republic remain the most popular countries among Ukrainians looking for work abroad.

Vacancies for a job abroad
Date8 June 202015 Jun22 Jun29 Jun6 Jul13 Jul20 Jul27 Jul3 Aug10 Aug17 Aug24 Aug31 Aug7 Sep14 Sep21 Sep28 Sep5 Oct12 Oct19 Oct26 Oct2 Nov9 Nov16 Nov23 Nov30 Nov7 Dec14 Dec21 Dec
Number of vacancies for a job abroad6,7176,1537,2088,0037,6018,0937,8237,7697,9887,6657,8917,7588,1127,0437,2217,5667,7567,7398,0108,2459,0329,07510,20310,20910,20510,29410,1249,9529,631

According to Jooble, in 2020, the following specialists are the most demanded abroad:

In Poland:

  • Packers
  • General laborers
  • Tailors
  • Drivers
  • Builders

In Germany:

  • Nurses
  • Tilers
  • Plumbers
  • Electricians
  • Packers

In the Czech Republic:

  • Factory workers
  • Maids
  • Welders
  • Electricians
  • Drivers

We follow the dynamics of vacancies abroad from the very beginning of the coronavirus pandemic on the business in quarantine page.

«Quarantine restrictions have helped reduce illegal employment abroad. A biometric passport is not enough: job seekers are no longer allowed abroad without a job offer from the employer and a verified reservation place.

In my opinion, the new realities—increasing demand for Ukrainian workers, employment legalization, and the formation of a market of reliable employers—will still be in place next year»,

— comments Olena Kirilievnina, Chief of the Partner Relations Department at Jooble.

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