Within a year, more than a million Poles may leave the country. Decreasing unemployment can no longer stop them. They leave with their luggage stuffed with hope for a better tomorrow and their tickets are often one-way.
Research conducted by Millward Brown for Work Service shows that every fifth Pole is ready to consider emigration. — Emigration tendencies appear to be long-term – we have to accept that as a fact. The destinations and the number of emigrants may change, but Poles no longer have an inferiority complex and can cope in any environment — says Tomasz Hanczarek, Chairman of Work Service.
— Despite a stable economy and decreasing unemployment, the number of people considering emigration remains high and will not change — assesses Jacek Brzozowski of Employers of Poland,