As many as 24 percent of working Poles are considering taking up a better-paid job abroad in the coming 12 months, according to the results of a Randstad survey published on Tuesday.
The report wrote that among them, 42 percent want to stay abroad for a year or two, the same number of people do not know exactly how long would they like to work overseas, while 16 percent plan to leave Poland for good.
Germany, Great Britain and the Netherlands are the most popular destinations.
According to Randstad, Poland's labour mobility has recently increased, with 22 percent of respondents declaring they had changed jobs over the last six months, up by 2 percentage points from the survey conducted in the second quarter of 2019.
In the third quarter of 2019, the percentage of Poles seeking a new job has gone up to 53 percent, up by 3 percentage points.
The 37th edition of the “Job Market Monitor” survey was carried out on a sample of 1,000 working people, aged 18-64, over the span of September 2-12.