NEWS IN SHORT

Over 15,000 foreigners work in Slovakia

THERE are around 15,300 foreigners working legally in Slovakia, according to Centre of Labour, Social Affairs and Family data from August 2009, the SITA newswire reported.

THERE are around 15,300 foreigners working legally in Slovakia, according to Centre of Labour, Social Affairs and Family data from August 2009, the SITA newswire reported.

The biggest group is from Romania, with 2,600 Romanians working in the country. The Czech Republic has the second biggest presence in the Slovak job market, with 2,200 nationals.

Hungary and Poland both have approximately 1,400 citizens working in Slovakia.

Ukraine has the fifth largest representation, with 1,000 Ukrainians working in Slovakia.

One-third of all foreigners working in Slovakia work in Bratislava: according to the data, more than 5,200 foreigners are employed in the city.

Trnava registered 1,200 foreigners in its job market, followed by Galanta and Komárno, with 729 and 685 foreigners, respectively.

On the other hand, the fewest foreign workers were registered in the districts of Revúca, Dolný Kubín, Veľký Krtíš and Brezno. By the end of August, these districts registered 21 foreigners in total.


Get daily Slovak news directly to your inbox

Top stories

News digest: Some schools open, so do some ski resorts

Top prosecutor to be appointed soon. Zsuzsová goes to prison in a murder case. Pezinok judges are busy deciding about custodies for high-profile suspects.

Some schools will open on December 7

Matovič pushed through testing at schools, government is launching a pilot project this weekend.

PM Igor Matovič (front) and Education Minister Branislav Gröhling  (back)

Freed in the Kuciak murder case, guilty of another murder

The Specialised Criminal Court sends Alena Zsuzsová to prison for ordering the murder of former Hurbanovo mayor. She appealed against the verdict, insists she is innocent.

Alena Zsuzsová is escorted to the courtroom.

Health Ministry gearing up for COVID vaccines

Mass campaign planned to get people to take jab.

Illustrative stock photo