Migrant workers in a field in Cambridgeshire© Geoff Robinson/REX/Shutterstock
The number of Eastern Europeans looking for UK farm jobs has fallen by more than one-third – fuelling fears British farmers face a shortage of workers. Google searches by Romanian, Bulgarian and Polish citizens for agricultural jobs in the UK dropped by 34% in the past year, according to the analysis. The study was conducted by Westminster-based strategic communications firm GK Strategy and digital data company OneFourZero. See also: Advice on hiring, training and motivating farm staff The fall in […]
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