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Months into war, Ukraine refugees slow to join EU workforce

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Liudmyla Chudyjovych used to have a career as a lawyer in Ukraine. Since fleeing the town of Stryj in western Ukraine in May, she has found a new job in Prague. Some 6.5 million Ukrainians, have entered the EU since February, according to Frontex.
2 months ago·Kyiv, Ukraine

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Months into war, Ukraine refugees slow to join EU workforce

Nearly six months after the Russian invasion of Ukraine, many refugees are still struggling to find jobs in their European Union host countries, despite the EU's streamlined process for Ukrainians to live and work in its 27 member nations

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Months into war, Ukraine refugees slow to join EU workforce

PRAGUE (AP) — Liudmyla Chudyjovych used to have a career as a lawyer in Ukraine and big plans for the future. That was before the Russian invasion forced the 41-year-old

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Months into war, Ukraine refugees slow to join EU workforce

Nearly six months after the Russian invasion of Ukraine, many refugees are still struggling to find jobs in their European Union host countries, despite the EU’s streamlined process for Ukrainians to live and work in its 27 member nations

2 months ago·Washington, United States
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Months into war, Ukraine refugees slow to join EU workforce

PRAGUE (AP) — Liudmyla Chudyjovych used to have a career as a lawyer in Ukraine and big plans for the future. That was before the Russian invasion forced the 41-year-old woman to put her daughter&#…

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Months into war, Ukraine refugees slow to join EU workforce

By KAREL JANICEK and JOVANA GEC Associated PressPRAGUE (AP) — Liudmyla Chudyjovych used to have a career as a lawyer in Ukraine and big plans for the future. That was before the Russian invasion forced the 41-year-old woman to put her daughter’s safety first, and leave both her job and home behind.Since fleeing the town of Stryj in western Ukraine in May, Chudyjovych has found a new job in the Czech Republic. But instead of practicing law, she’s…

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Months Into War, Ukraine Refugees Slow to Join EU Workforce

PRAGUE - Liudmyla Chudyjovych used to have a career as a lawyer in Ukraine and big plans for the future. That was before the Russian invasion forced the

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