Ukrainians in Poland earn a lot, they spend little
The minimum wage in Poland is increasing from year to year and currently amounts to PLN 2,100 gross, which is about PLN 1,800 per hand. It turns out that Ukrainians earn a lot more. Analysts estimate that 75% of them earn up to 2,500 zlotys per hand – they provide the latest research of the “Immigration Immigration Barometer”. Interestingly, their needs and expenses are much lower.
How much do Ukrainians earn in Poland?
The data leave no illusions. The results of the latest “Immigration Immigration Barometer” show that Ukrainians earn the same positions in the same positions as Poles, and sometimes even more. Their salaries often amount to PLN 2,500 on clean, after paying taxes. This applies to as many as 75% of respondents. The rest earn more and their salaries are often higher than PLN 3,500.
The rates are also high on an hourly basis. On average, the hour of work of an employee from Ukraine is around PLN 15. 16% of Polish entrepreneurs even pay rates of up to PLN 20, and by ten the employer is willing to pay more than PLN 20 per hour. In combination with diligence – Ukrainians often work more than 8 hours a day and do not take vacation and leave, it gives a very good financial result.
Work in Poland is not only a good remuneration
Workers are missing in all of Western Europe, and companies are doubling up and trying to get Eastern neighbors to work, who are hard-working and often work above the norm. It turns out, however, that high pay is still not enough, companies are breaking through better and more favorable working conditions and additional benefits. Numerous supplements include most frequently subsidizing commuting, free accommodation or paying for treatment-related costs. Additional attractions in the form of gym passes and swimming pools are becoming more and more popular.
High earnings, low cost of living
The Ukrainians have already proved that they are valuable employees and receive better and better remuneration. They can also save. The cost of living in Poland is not excessive, and a resident of Ukraine can survive even for PLN 200 to PLN 500 a month, having already included commuting and a flat from the employer.