The gap in the position of sales manager amounted to almost 80,000 hryvnia. The smallest difference in pay for security work: Ukrainian security guards receive 10,000 hryvnia, and Polish ones – 34,000.
Analysts compared the pay in Poland and Ukraine on the 10 most popular vacancies. The gap between the salaries in the countries amounted to several tens of thousands of hryvnias. This was reported by the editors of the international employment agency Gremi Personal.
For analysis, we took the most popular vacancies from December 2022 to February 2023. Analysts relied on data from Gremi Personal and Ukrainian job search site Work UA.
The average salary for a director’s position in Poland is almost four times higher than the salary for an identical position in Ukraine. While a Ukrainian director earns 25,000 hryvnias, a Polish official can earn 93,000 hryvnias. Analysts noticed the biggest difference in the position of a sales manager: the Ukrainian salary is 15,000 hryvnia, and the Polish salary is 92.
Cashiers and security guards pay the least of the popular vacancies, however, there is a noticeable gap between salaries in Poland and Ukraine. Ukrainians receive 10,000 hryvnias for such work, while Poles receive 35,000 hryvnias.
Infographics of earnings in Poland and Ukraine from Gremi Personal
“The extremely large difference between earnings in the two states leads to the fact that the number of employed (ed. note: in Poland) increases daily,” said Anna Jabolka, director of the recruitment department at the agency.
The Agency said that earlier in Poland there was a demand for low-skilled workers, but the situation has changed. Over the past six months, thousands of Ukrainian businesses have appeared in the country, looking for workers among their fellow countrymen.
Recall, according to the results of the KIIS survey, the majority of Ukrainians strive for Ukraine to join the European Union by 2030. Most of the respondents are optimistic about the future of Ukraine. Most of all, Ukrainians are inspired by victory, the army and unity.
Also, the experts of the Kyiv School of Economics considered the damage to the social, medical and educational spheres of Ukraine as a result of Russian aggression. The total loss amounted to $10.7 billion. Nearly 1,500 Ukrainian schools and 362 hospitals were destroyed.
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