Imigranci z krajów b. ZSRR na polskim rynku pracy – analiza przestrzenna na poziomie powiatów
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After Poland’s accession to the EU, the infl ow of foreigners to the country was relatively small in the fi rst years. The successive liberalization of legal provisions relating to the employment of immigrants, especially in relation to citizens of the former USSR countries, has resulted in the fact that for several years we have been seeing a high growth rate in the number of foreigners from the East taking up employment in Poland. The government’s easing of regulations on immigrants’ access to the Polish labor market was forced by the growing demand for employees, especially in industries such as industry and construction. The aim of this article was to show the scale of economic immigration to Poland in terms of regions. Moreover, for citizens of six countries established after the collapse of the USSR, namely: Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Russia and Ukraine, spatial analysis was made at the level of poviats (for 2019) and was based on a new procedure in force since January 2018 on seasonal work. The main source of data are the statistics of the Ministry of Family, Labor and Social Policy and the Social Insurance Institutions. The results of the analysis indicate that the Mazowieckie Voivodeship is one of the main destinations for citizens from the East, however, in recent years other regions of our country have also gained in attractiveness. Voivodeships such as: Wielkopolskie, Lubuskie, Dolnośląskie or Łódzkie have been gaining importance as jobs in recent years.
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