The number of European Union workers in the UK fell by the most on record, intensifying labor shortages as Britain prepares to leave the bloc next year.
The number of European Union workers in the U.K. fell by the most on record, intensifying labor shortages as Britain prepares to leave the bloc next year.
For the latest three month period, there were 881,000 people working in the U.K. from the eight east European countries that joined the EU in 2004, 154,000 fewer than a year earlier, according to the report.
A survey from Poland suggests the workers are staying in their home countries. Nine out of 10 Poles reject the idea of emigrating now, according to a survey published by Work Service SA on Tuesday. Since becoming an EU member, Poland has seen about 2.6 million of its 38 million people emigrate to richer Western European nations. [...]
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