Total and working-age population in Uzbekistan is growing. This increases pressure on the domestic labor market and pushes many Uzbeks to other countries in search of better employment and income opportunities. The majority of migrants born in Uzbekistan lived in Russia, followed by Kazakhstan and Ukraine. A substantial increase of migrants from Uzbekistan is observed in high-income destinations such as the USA, Germany, and the Republic of Korea. Many migrants from Uzbekistan tend to work informally, especially in Kazakhstan and South Korea. Turkey is an exception. The majority of labor migrants have vocational education. Less than half of the labor migrant send remittances to their households in Uzbekistan. A new Agency for External Labor Migration was established under the Ministry of Employment and Labor Relations, opening its branches in each region, and overseas offices in major cities (2019). Government reforms in support of Migration was issued.