- The poles again and again choose economic settlement more and more frequently
- The Netherlands is the direction for economic migration, which will develop in the coming years
- Poles decides to work temporarily in the Netherlands
By 2050, it will be 30 to 40 percent. Across the community.
Despite the epidemic, there are still more and more jobs abroad, and the Poles are more and more ready to choose economic immigration after the difficult year of 2020. According to the 2020 report prepared by Europa.Jobsport, Germany is the leader in profit margins (52.65% of all offers). The Netherlands is in second place, followed by Belgium in third place, starting in 2019. By 2020, the number of offers from France and Great Britain will be greatly reduced. In the second case, the decline in the number of concessions was due not only to the epidemic but also to the withdrawal of Great Britain from the EU.
– According to forecasts, the direction of economic migration in the coming years is the Netherlands. As of December 2019, more than 198,000 poles lived in the Netherlands, including more than 43,000 people, according to the Dutch Bureau of Statistics CBS. Second generation, i.e. those born locally. Available population estimates indicate that the group of economic migrants, including poles, will increase in the Netherlands in the coming years. Students will also be an important link in it, because nowadays young people have the opportunity to look for work far away from their place of residence, which is primarily driven by economic benefits. Some of them will settle permanently in the Netherlands – says Patrick Linwich, Managing Director of International Recruitment for the OTTO Task Force.
Recent research by the Dutch Institute of Demography (NITI) and the Federal Bureau of Statistics predicts that by 2050 the number of seniors (people 65+), including the oldest in the Netherlands, will increase significantly. On the one hand, the population is aging, but people are also living longer. In 2019, the Netherlands had a population of over 3.4 million over 65, and by 2050 it may be 4.8 million. This means that the number of workers in the Netherlands will fall from 7.5 million to 6.5 million by 2050. In the coming years, the demand for migrant workers will definitely increase, filling the gaps in the labor market. According to forecasts, by 2050 they will be 30 to 40 percent. Across the community.
Who is the working statistician in the Netherlands?
According to a report commissioned by the OTTO Working Group, the largest polar group going to work in the Netherlands is relatively young. The majority are employees between the ages of 20 and 30 (67.6%), however, interestingly, the relatively large population of exits is also over the age of 41 (14.5%). Mostly, men (62.5%) with up to 10 years of work experience go for temporary work in the Netherlands. A statistic pole working in Tulips Country typically has secondary education (54.4%), single (76.5%) and no children (78.9% 0), and goes to work with a partner or friends (62.0%).%). The OTTO Labor Report states that the Poles willingly made the decision to work temporarily in the Netherlands, and that 84.2% of respondents were satisfied with the choice, with 53% planning to stay or continue in the Netherlands permanently.
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