Introduction: In comparison to Slovenia Radiology Engineers in Austria have better employment opportunities. The majority of Slovenian health workers, who migrate daily to work in Austria, live near the border. Purpose: This Master’s thesis discusses the effects daily migration to work in Austria has on Radiology Engineers from Slovenia. The goal of this thesis was to highlight significant findings in the field of daily migration of health workers who work abroad based on studied literature, and to compare them to results of a questionnaire designed to find respondents’ external and internal motives for working in Austria, how daily migration affects their personal life, to determine formal requirements for starting a job as a Radiology Engineer in Austria, and to answer research questions based on results of the empirical study. Methods: In theoretical part of the thesis we used the following methods: description of theoretical concepts, classification of terms, compilation of findings by other authors and comparison. Empirical part included a qualitative analysis. Research population consisted of 3 Radiology Engineers and author of this thesis. We used a half-structured detailed interview and evaluation of author’s own experience. Results were analyzed using thematic segmentation. Results: Results were consistent with the literature and show lack of employment opportunities in Slovenia, a desire for better employment and personal challenge as main reasons for working abroad. Respondents state language (terminology, dialects) as the main obstacle for their integration into the community, and driving to work as the biggest drawback of migration to work. In general they feel accepted and emphasize the value of one’s expertise and experience. They would recommend working in Austria, but they advise job-seekers to gain as much information as they can before deciding. Discussion and conclusion: Migration to work results in better financial situation but it has a significant effect on an individual. Radiology Engineers migrate to Austria mostly in search of a better job and because they can’t find one at home. Even though some obstacles are present, both countries as similar enough for there to be no bigger cultural differences. Respondents expressed satisfaction with all important aspects of working abroad (salary, work environment and conditions, personal relations). Because research population for this study was small, the results are subjective and affected by several factors. Further research is necessary both in this and in similar fields in order to obtain representative results and give job-seekers interested in Austria a broader and more realistic picture.