Poland, Germany, and the Czech Republic are the countries that most commonly offer jobs to Ukrainians.
21 December 2020
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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.
|Date||8 June 2020||15 Jun||22 Jun||29 Jun||6 Jul||13 Jul||20 Jul||27 Jul||3 Aug||10 Aug||17 Aug||24 Aug||31 Aug||7 Sep||14 Sep||21 Sep||28 Sep||5 Oct||12 Oct||19 Oct||26 Oct||2 Nov||9 Nov||16 Nov||23 Nov||30 Nov||7 Dec||14 Dec||21 Dec|
|Number of vacancies for a job abroad||6,717||6,153||7,208||8,003||7,601||8,093||7,823||7,769||7,988||7,665||7,891||7,758||8,112||7,043||7,221||7,566||7,756||7,739||8,010||8,245||9,032||9,075||10,203||10,209||10,205||10,294||10,124||9,952||9,631|
According to Jooble, in 2020, the following specialists are the most demanded abroad:
In the Czech Republic:
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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