In Poland people working in liberal professions are currently functioning in favorable conditions. Stable economic growth makes it easier for companies to conduct their business activity.
The working age population significantly decreased in the economies of Central and Southeast Europe due to the falling birth rate and emigration, which also caused a decline in the quality of human capital.
The activities of the Hungarian government have a positive impact on the growth of foreign investment and, more broadly ‒ on the economy as a whole.
Foreign direct investment in Europe hit a record high in 2016, with 5,845 FDI projects and 259,673 new jobs, according to the 2017 edition of the EY European attractiveness survey.
Europe is clearly divided into two speeds when it comes to the internet and its use by citizens, companies and governments.
The macroeconomic consequences of an increase in the minimum wage will include an increase in the prices of certain services, a slight increase in unemployment, and an increase in the propensity to operate in the grey economy.
Serbia is praised by the EU for its economic policies and criticized for the weak rule of law. Meanwhile experts discuss the reliability of the economic statistic data provided by the government of Serbia.
In the coming decades, there will be fewer and fewer workers in Poland, they will be getting increasingly old, and these trends could only be limited by higher fertility and professional activity rates.
The Ukrainians residing in Poland work really hard, an average of 54 hours per week, and they transfer the majority of the earnings to the families in Ukraine. In 2015, they sent a total of EUR1.1bn.
According to the employment agency, Work Service, and its 5th Report on Polish migration only 11.9 per cent of respondents replied that they were considering moving abroad which was the lowest level since the beginning of the...