The woman, whose identity has been protected, said: “Of course you may not assess all refugees the same: there are many who are very friendly, happy to be here, very grateful, very willing to be integrated.
“But if I am honest, working with 90 per cent of them is rather awkward and unfortunately not as I previously thought.
“First of all, many of them are extremely demanding. They come to me and ask to get an apartment and a fancy car and, best of all, even a really good job for them.
“If I try to explain to them that’s not possible, they are often noisy or even really aggressive.
“An Afghan only recently threatened to kill himself. And a few Syrians and a group of Afghans have declared they would go on hunger strike unless I would help them to move to another place.