More than 270,000 Ukrainian refugees found jobs in Poland

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More than 270,000 refugees from Ukraine started working in Poland on the basis of new, simplified regulations, the Ministry of Family and Social Policy informed.

The vast majority of them - 194,000 - are women.

Under a special law, Ukrainian citizens who arrived in Poland after February 24, can take up employment without the need to apply for a special work permit, which is normally required for foreigners from outside of the European Union.

The citizens of Ukraine work mainly in manufacturing, transport, warehouse management, accommodation, and catering services, as well as in agriculture and construction.

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