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Most Poland’s foreign workforce employed in agriculture
October 25, 2011   
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Polish employers will likely file over 270,000 motions for permits for short-term employment of employees from behind Poland's eastern border, which will mark a 50% y/y increase, the daily Rzeczpospolita writes citing HR firm EastWestLink.

Workers from Eastern Europe are mainly employed for seasonal works in agriculture, the daily writes.

Qualified workers, which constituted 30.5% of foreign employees that got Polish work permits in H1 2011, experts (44.2%) and managers/advisors (9.3%) are mainly employed by Poland's construction firms, production plants, and service centers, the daily writes.
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