Ukrainian refugees in Slovakia clean and help in kitchens, but not for good

The latest data show that over 5,000 Ukrainian refugees are employed.

The Institute for Social Policy at the Labour Ministry has said 13 percent of the refugees, that is 5,254 people, found a job. The Institute for Social Policy at the Labour Ministry has said 13 percent of the refugees, that is 5,254 people, found a job. (Source: TASR)

Most Ukrainian refugees in Slovakia who have been granted temporary refuge, making their way on the labour market easier, have not yet gone into work.

The Institute for Social Policy at the Labour Ministry has said that 13 percent of the refugees, that is 5,254 people, have found a job. Most refugees staying in Slovakia are women and children as Ukrainian men cannot leave their homeland.

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