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From file: Refugees from Ukraine on their arrival in Rome, March 28, 2022 | Photo: ANSA/CLAUDIO PERI
A seasonal worker in the countryside of Puglia, Italy | Photo: ARCHIVE/ANSA
Many Czech firms are desperately looking for new labor — can Ukrainian refugees help? | Photo: Tim Gosling/DW
Labor Minister Andrea Orlando during an event in Rome | Photo: ARCHIVE/ANSA/MAURIZIO BRAMBATTI
A young Ukrainian war refugee at the Main Railway Station in Prague, Czech Republic, May 18, 2022 | Photo: picture-alliance/Ondrej Deml
Source: InfoMigrants
Irina has a large family to support. She found a job in a Berlin restaurant | Screengrab from DW 'Made in Germany' video: 'How can Ukrainian women find work in Germany?'
Italian Labor Minister Andrea Orlando and Interior Minister Luciana Lamorgese signing an MoI for the training of 3,000 migrants in the building sector. Rome, May 16, 2022 | Source: Twitter Ministero del Lavoro
Workers protest against exploitation in the city of Foggia in Italy's southern region of Puglia | Photo: archive/ANSA/Franco Cautillo
Patrol by the Financial Police during an investigation into exploitation of laborers in Italy's Tuscany region | Photo: ANSA/UFFICIO STAMPA GUARDIA DI FINANZA
A view of people queuing in front of a tent at the arrival center for refugees from Ukraine at the former Tegel Airport in Berlin, Germany | Photo: ARCHIVE/EPA/CHRISTOPH SOEDER
Migrants outside the 'Gran Ghetto', an immense shantytown in the Foggia province, after the death of two of their companions in a vast fire that began in the night. March 3, 2017 | Photo: ANSA/ FRANCO CAUTILLO