The number of foreigners employed in Poland has systematically grown since the pandemic began in Poland, according to newly released data from the Social Insurance Institution (ZUS).
ZUS pointed out that the high growth in the number of such employees in Poland in the last two quarters of 2020 was the result of reopening the borders after the first lockdown period.
In December 2020, 725,173 foreigners were registered in ZUS which means that there was an 11.3 percent growth compared to December 2019, with 59.4 percent of these foreigners employed as workers, 3 percent conducted economic activity, and the rest were covered by other forms of employment.
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