According to the British Statistics Office (ONS, data for July 2017-June 2018), 985 thousand Poles live in the UK. In fact, Poles are the second group of immigrants after Indians. So how do statistics look the opposite way? How many Britons live in Poland what do they do once here?
For obvious reasons, these are much more modest results, but the British, who settle in Poland generally set up families and start their own businesses, it’s not a myth. According to the Office for Foreigners in Poland, there are currently only around 5.8 thousand permanent Brits including 4.5 thousand men and 1.3 thousand women. Surprised? We certainly thought there were more.
The age structure of these people looks like this: up to 20 years old – 450 people, 20-39 years – 2.6 thousand people, 40-59 years – 2.1 thous. people, over 60 years – 630 people. The largest number of British citizens registered their stay in the following provinces: Mazowieckie – 2.1 thous. people, Małopolskie – 840 people, Dolnośląskie – 530 people, Silesian – 440 people and Pomeranian region – 370 people.