In Poland, about 1. Thus far, the answer seems to be no. Skilled migrants will demand higher wages at home or attempt to stay abroad, while unskilled migrants will return to face a decline in global demand and the same internal market challenges as their less mobile peers. Easy credit and strong global demand helped to fuel that growth.
'Baby machines': eastern Europe's answer to depopulation
Study Law in the US
The key sources are extracts from interviews undertaken for a research project with Polish migrants who came to the UK after Polish migration has been one of the largest movements in Britain's post-war migration history. Since Poland joined the European Union in , and thus Polish people had a legal right to come and live and work in the UK, over , people have made the move from Poland to the UK. The decision to allow new workers to come in has played out in British politics, and in the press, ever since.
History of Jews in Poland
Evidence shows that migrant women constitute a large proportion of international migrants. When considering migration within the European context, migrant women outnumber their male counterparts. Even though gendered studies of migration are now attaining recognition, there is limited literature in relation to Polish migrant women. Drawing on preliminary findings from new fieldwork research undertaken in Poland and the United Kingdom in , this case study focuses on research undertaken to explore how Polish migrant women exercise their rights as European Union citizens to better their own and their families' well-being.