The Baltics Today

Controversial labour mobility issues in the Nordic-Baltic region

So-called social dumping becomes a problem among the EU states regardless of the fact that vast majority of people move from one country to another to find employment, rather than claiming benefits. “Moving workers” are of considerable benefit to the economies and the welfare systems of the receiving countries. Working migrants rose from 4.7 million in 2005 to 8 million in 2013. However, the annual mobility rate in 2011-12 was only about 0.2% of the total EU population.... Read more...

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