Hardworking, well-educated and trustworthy, Poles are employed by many British companies and in some places they make up to 12% of local workers.
In Corby in Northamptonshire 12.6% of workers were born in Poland says "Daily Star".
Lithuanians make up the biggest chunk of the working population in Fenland, Cambridgeshire, (8.6%), and Newham, east London (8%).
Latvians are most commonly found working in Boston, Lincolnshire, (5%), Corby (4.6%) and Tunbridge Wells in Kent (3.7%). Slovakians settle most frequently in Worcester, where they account for 2.4% of workers. And in Lancashire, Preston’s workfore has 2.1% of Latvians.