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considering a move to poland :-)


telefonitika  
29 Nov 2006 /  #1
i am trying to get together information regarding aquire either a place to rent/buy where is best place to look?
any recommedations as to looking for employment i am wanting to work within the administrative sector or travel sector?
any form of advise is appreciate?

than the post showing please and possibly the title changed to "information about living/working in poland" put instead thanks.
poland2006 2 | 85  
29 Nov 2006 /  #2
As a person who lived there for 11 years and always come backs to poland.. I htink you should move to poland.. but there are some good things and bad things about poland.....
OP telefonitika  
29 Nov 2006 /  #3
thanks poland2006 for your post :)
will certainly bear in mind .. i think any country has its good and bad points?
What is it that makes you go back there? If you dont mind me asking?
poland2006 2 | 85  
30 Nov 2006 /  #4
The reson why i go back there a lot.. is i have family, i was born there and i just love it there
Grzegorz_ 51 | 6,163  
30 Nov 2006 /  #5
any recommedations as to looking for employment i am wanting to work within the administrative sector or travel sector?

Unless you are fluent in Polish, some world class expert or a cheap seasonal worker from Belarus It will be hard to find a job. Easy way is to teach English.
OP telefonitika  
3 Dec 2006 /  #6
thanks for your comment Grzegorz will bear in mind

The reson why i go back there a lot.. is i have family, i was born there and i just love it there

Good enough reason than any poland2006
I want a fresh start in life and i fell in love with the Zakopane region when i was last there, going for a 2 week jaunt in summer 2007 to many areas in Poland. I think i would live anyway within Poland that is near any job i manage to acquire.
poland2006 2 | 85  
5 Dec 2006 /  #7
Czesc telefonitika, ja tezs kochamy Zakopane bardzo... ja want to go back and vist it again.. heheheh.. so yea... yea.. i knwo... trying to look for jobs in poland and anywhere around the world is hard right now....
OP telefonitika  
5 Dec 2006 /  #8
czesc poland2006 checked out your myspace page and left you a message you can add me as a friend if you wish :)
Templar  
10 Dec 2006 /  #9
Telefonitika,
if you are an English native speaker than you will not have too much trouble to find a job as a teacher. Not only the schools in big cities but also in small towns (10 000-50 000 inahbitants) are very proud if they have a native English speaker as a teacher. Another problem is the salary but there are many opportunities to find additional job (private lessons, tranlations etc.).

My advice is that you learn at least some basic Polish before you come here because it is much easier to get along.
ebinx  
16 Apr 2007 /  #10
AFAIK It's so easy you have to obtain teaching license first, the actuall course last for a month and they only do them in few places like warsaw or krakow
OP telefonitika  
16 Apr 2007 /  #11
English native speaker

im british born and bred learning polish at college templar been learning since November 2006 one evening a week 2 hour sessions
courtdork2008  
25 Apr 2007 /  #12
The reson why i go back there a lot.. is i have family, i was born there and i just love it there

I read that you grew up in poland.
I was wondering if you could tell me how the high school systems are. What is a schedule for a typical student in Poland?
What cources are taught there?
What are the goals of the K-12 system?
What are the strengths and challenges of a Poland education system?
What are the strengths and challenges of a US education system?
Are there examples of international strife over curricula or textbooks?
Which courses are also taught in the US? Which are not?
How does a typical day at a Poland high school compare to that of a US school?
OP telefonitika  
25 Apr 2007 /  #13
Quoting: poland2006

The reson why i go back there a lot.. is i have family, i was born there and i just love it there
I read that you grew up in poland.

poland2006 did - she is a US citizen since she was a young child though
Amathyst 19 | 2,702  
25 Apr 2007 /  #14
I love Czech Republic Tele, but I know that I could never earn the money I do hear or have the life style I have here so I settle for a few visits a year, but if it is your dream go for it, personally I would rather have the best of both worlds....
OP telefonitika  
26 Apr 2007 /  #15
I love Czech Republic Tele,

from your posting A i gathered you had been a fair few times i have never been to the Czech Rep. mind

I think for the now until the little one is abit older i am going to settle on either a big trip like doing this year or some small ones to Poland :)

I would rather have the best of both worlds....

That would be nice :)
ddewors  
29 Apr 2007 /  #16
Why don't you try moving out side the places you are looking for example middle east or africa
OP telefonitika  
29 Apr 2007 /  #17
example middle east or africa

like how about No they are not places that are of any interest to me thanks
Polson 5 | 1,771  
9 May 2007 /  #18
Merged: Emigration to Poland...

Hey everyone ! I'm half French, half Polish and I go to Poland every summer (or almost every summer). I wondered something : we're always discussing of Polish immigration, but I think there is also an emigration to Poland (I know it's not exactly the same thing).

I know there are Ukrainians working in Poland, some Vietnamese too...
Anyone has more information about that ? Are there Russians, Chinese, Africans (I lastly met Black people in Poland, more that before, lol)...?
hello 22 | 891  
9 May 2007 /  #19
Yes, more and more emigrants to Poland from the East. Some of them find Poland as a stop to other, richer countries in Europe.

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