Over 50,000 refugees from Ukraine have already found work in Czech Rep
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Over 50,000 refugees from Ukraine have already started work in the Czech Republic, according to data from the Czech Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs (MolSA), according to a report by Czech Radio.
The humanitarian year-long visas refugees receive guarantee them the same status on the labor market as Czech citizens or permanent residents.
Most of them have reportedly filled long-term vacancies.
According to the Interior Ministry data, some 345,200 refugees have so far been granted special visas in the Czech Republic.
Nearly two-fifths of that number are children.
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