REUTERS European countries are actively hiring Ukrainian nationals as the number of job offers has increased by 20%. "Over the past month, the number of vacancies on one of the most popular job search sites has grown to 8,000. The greatest demand for Ukrainians is still seen in Poland, the Czech Republic, and Germany," TSN.ua reported on July 21. Read alsoStatistics Service elaborates on shadow employment figures According to the State Statistics Service of Ukraine, 42% of Ukrainians make about US$200 a month in their home country, while minimum wage in Poland stands at EUR 600. Noteworthy, migrant workers in 2019 transferred to Ukraine about US$12 billion in remittances. Poland earlier said it was ready to cover COVID-19 testing costs for Ukrainian migrant workers.