teacher may easily take additionaly 0.5 job in another school and some private tutitions and then If have a few years experiance should make ~3000PLN a month - that's fair money for Poland I would say.
Wow, where do you work. Grzegorz, a university asisstant on a public university in a big city gets 800 and has no permission to work elsewhere (the job I was offered). I was getting 1100 at a gymnasium (English teacher, 3 yrs experience). McDonald - 1500 in Warsaw :D I agree that older teachers get more, or teachers in private schools, or in Warsaw.
In case of doctors those experianced and well qualified get very good money, often 10 thousand a month, sometimes even 20 and that's without bribes.
You mean private practice? Definitely not public health care.
Poland simply isn't a rich country, so there is no any perfect solution for these problems.
So you advocate sitting here doing nothing? I see at least a couple of solutions:
- less changes in the government (well, don't we have a brand new minister every time we turn on the telly?)
- NO extra / early elections
- END to long debates about the former UB and SB workers and NO money put in new and new again policies concerned with that
- NO money for Włoszczowa train station-type projects
- NO money for heated pavement in front of His Majesty the President palace
- educating people, so they can make use of the EU financial help (How much possibilies are there left unused?)
...and so on and so on and so on. I bet we can scrap some pennies there ;)