Lithuania plans to open up more to foreign workers
Lithuania plans to continue allowing foreign drivers, construction workers and other employees in the industrial and construction sectors to come to Lithuania under a facilitated procedure after the country’s Employment Service updated its list of key professions, reported news agency LETA/BNS.
The list is important for foreigners coming to work in Lithuania as they can enter the country under a procedure without a permit issued by the Employment Service if their profession is included.
Lithuania says it needs bricklayers, scaffolders, plasterers, welders, butchers, seamstresses, long-haul drivers and others this year.
The list is produced twice a year to balance out demand and supply in the labor market says Baltic-course, citing LETA/BNS.
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