by MATT DAY
Poland is the world’s most popular destination for temporary labour migrants for the second year running, according to a new report released by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).
Published this week, the report found that in 2017 1.1 million temporary migrants moved to Poland, putting it ahead of the United States, which received 691,000 workers, and Germany with just over 400,000. The 1.1 million was a 32 percent increase on the 2016 rate.
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