June saw the highest demand for Ukrainian migrant workers in Europe.
8 July 2021
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In June, the number of overseas jobs offered to Ukrainians scaled up massively. According to the Jooble website, 12,840 Ukrainians were offered jobs in the last week of June. To put that into perspective, 7,667 jobs were offered at the end of May, that is, a 67% increase compared to last month.
|Date||7 June 2020||14 Jun||21 Jun||28 Jun||5 Jul||12 Jul||19 Jul||26 Jul||2 Aug||9 Aug||16 Aug||23 Aug||30 Aug||6 Sep||13 Sep||20 Sep||27 Sep||4 Oct||11 Oct||18 Oct||25 Oct||1 Nov||8 Nov||15 Nov||22 Nov||29 Nov||6 Dec||13 Dec||20 Dec||27 Dec||3 Jan||10 Jan||17 Jan||24 Jan||31 Jan||7 Feb||14 Feb||21 Feb||28 Feb||7 Mar||14 Mar||21 Mar||28 Mar||4 Apr||11 Apr||18 Apr||25 Apr||2 May||9 May||16 May||23 May||30 May||6 Jun||13 Jun||20 Jun||27 Jun||4 Jul|
|Number of jobs||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||9,229||8,820||8,963||9,292||8,933||9,269||8,977||9,462||8,780||9,281||9,159||9,352||9,106||8,300||8,374||8,355||8,806||6,576||6,540||6,993||7,232||7,634||7,667||11,920||12,421||12,852||12,840||12,926|
It is a 60% increase as compared to the same period last year. At the end of June, 8,003 ads were posted on the Jooble website offering overseas jobs to professionals.
Poland, the Czech Republic, Germany, Lithuania, and Latvia are among the top countries where Ukrainian migrant workers are in high demand.
Trade jobs are the most popular, i.e., plumbers, electricians, welders, and general workers.
|Packer||Carer||General worker||Facade worker||Plumber|
|Garment worker||Nurse||FLT driver||Electrician||Welder|
|Welder||Plumber||General worker||Garment worker||Electrician|
|Electrician||Stonemason||Packer||Plumber||Light vehicle technician|
«A spike in the number of overseas jobs offered to Ukrainians is caused by the summer season and the significant impact that our migrant workers have on the economies of the host countries. Moreover, such increased demand for overseas jobs is caused by the ease of quarantine restrictions—both in Ukraine and in certain European countries.
Many countries promote employment for Ukrainians, which by all means boosts demand for overseas jobs»,
— says Olena Kirilievnina, Chief of the Partner Relations Department at Jooble.
According to Vasyl Voskoboynyk, President of the All-Ukrainian Association of International Employment Companies,
According to the Association, 1.8 million job offers were issued in Poland with 150,000 of such offers being issued in the Czech Republic in 2020. Furthermore, there is a marked tendency for migration balance in Germany to decline over the past five years.
There are several reasons why Ukrainian workers are in high demand abroad in 2021:
However, not all countries are so happy to see Ukrainian migrant blue-collar workers. In particular, Germany is mostly interested in hiring competent professionals, and it is quite difficult to get a legal blue-collar job. The same is true for the Czech Republic.
In contrast, Poland counts on migrant workers for economic development purposes; the government is now doing its best to turn labor migration into labor emigration. Moreover, the country is planning to raise the minimum wage to PLN 3,000 or UAH 21,000 in 2022.
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