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Iglicka Krystyna (Leon Koźmiński Academy of Entrepreneurship and Management, Poland)
The Foreign Labour Market in Poland
Emergo. Journal of Transforming Economies and Societies, 2003, vol. 10, no. 3, s. 44-55, tab., rys., bibliogr. 15 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Rynek pracy, Cudzoziemcy, Emigracja zarobkowa
Labour market, Foreigners, Economic emigration
Polska, Europa Wschodnia
Poland, Eastern Europe
The geography of migratory flows into Poland during the transition period pertains to the structure of the global division of labour. It should be no wonder that, at the beginning of the economic transformation, highly skilled workers from the "West" and Asia, and only a small part of the flow from the "East", found employment on the primary labour market. The majority of the mobility from the East was mainly characterised by unskilled or skilled manual workers who found work (legal or illegal) on the secondary labour market. (fragment of text)
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