A third of the respondents in the past year thought about moving abroad.
15:40, 22 March 2021
Poland, Germany, and the Czech Republic are traditionally the most popular destinations for Ukrainian migrant workers.
13:35, 23 December 2020
The largest flows of labor migration in 2019 were seen to Poland.
23:15, 14 December 2020
The regulator projects that money transfers from migrant workers will significantly decline over the quarantine.
10:59, 04 November 2020
The amount of money transfers is expected to be significantly lower this year.
11:30, 03 September 2020
Vice PM has reiterated the government's goal to attract some 5,000 IT professionals from abroad.
22:00, 15 August 2020
Since the beginning of summer, they have fallen by 8.5%.
12:20, 04 August 2020
Ukrainians are being offered most jobs in Poland, the Czech Republic, and Germany.
12:00, 21 July 2020
Private remittances to Ukraine in January-April grew by 2.4%, to US$3.7 billion y-o-y.
15:00, 24 June 2020
The volume of remittances is expected to fall sharply amid COVID-19 lockdowns.
12:40, 23 June 2020
The relevant bill provides that only an employer should pay employment fees for Ukrainians who go to work abroad.
11:55, 17 June 2020
Money remittances from labor migrants may shrink from US$12 billion in 2019, to US$10 billion.
13:25, 18 May 2020
The Government seeks EU states to provide health security and normal working conditions for Ukrainian workers.
16:00, 13 May 2020
The official assured that in no way does the Ukrainian government interfere with the process of overseas employment.
11:20, 12 May 2020
Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine for European and Euro-Atlantic Integration Vadym Prystaiko has been instructed to address the issue of labor migrants.
12:20, 06 May 2020
A decrease in Ukrainians' spending on travelling will more than offset the fall in amounts to be transferred by Ukrainians from abroad.
12:20, 05 May 2020
Austria, Denmark, Norway, and other countries have also expressed their will to receive Ukrainian labor migrants.
23:10, 04 May 2020
European farmers have been struggling with harvesting their crops amid border lockdowns, including in Ukraine, caused by the coronavirus quarantine measures.
20:00, 03 May 2020
Only Finland has officially contacted the Ukrainian government.
20:59, 29 April 2020