“Before we start looking outside Poland for qualified workers, it is worth realizing that they are already here, but they work below their skills,” says Paweł Kaczmarczyk, PhD, from the Centre of Migration Research of the University of Warsaw.
An appraisal of the last quarter of a century is currently under way in Ukraine celebrating 25th anniversary of its independence. Unfortunately, it has squandered the major part of its potential, so one of the potentially richest countries in Europe still is in trouble.
"More than 400 professionals are leaving every day. In the last year 150,000 highly qualified citizens left the country in search of work." – writes The Telegraph, accusing the government of a lack of policies to stop the British from leaving the country. Meanwhile, politicians present the citizens as victims condemned to exile.