Almost 1 mln Foreigners Work in Poland

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The number of foreigners working in Poland grew to 986,000 at the end of June from 982,900 at the end of May, data from the country's statistics office show.

The share of foreigners in the total workforce was 6.4%.

The largest group of foreigners working in Poland were Ukrainians, which accounted for 685,800 at the end of June 2023.

However, their share in the total number of foreigners performing work decreased by 3.7 percentage points compared to January 2022. 

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