Compared to the previous years, in 2011. the presence of Croatian nationals has doubled in the labour market of the Southern Transdanubian Region, almost all of them work in Baranya county, half of them are employed as welders. Other listed employments include: baker, cook, confectioner, beautician, dressmaker, trade administrator, shepherd, stockman.

Previous experience of employment of Croatian citizens in the Republic of Hungary also show that most employed people aged between 25 and 45 years, mainly vocational education, and the minority persons who have completed professional or university studies.

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