Is it so different from england that it warrants a couple taking their 3 year old child back to poland so that the wife is now free to go out to work here as well as her husband.
Prior to this she took care of the child here and didn't work.
I can only speculate that this isn't a permanent arrangement and they are looking to earn as much as possible in the short term?
They are both qualified in poland, as teachers, but say they can earn so much more here manually working in a factory - are the wages and according standard of living so poor in poland?
What sort of accomodation, car, prospects etc does the average teacher have?
Looks like I'll have to research it myself.
first search brought up this
"As a university lecturer, I earned about £200 a month [in Poland], and here [England] I earn about £1500 a month.
"We can rent a house, we have a house, we pay all the bills and it is still enough money for us. But it was not enough for us in Poland."
But now I will have to look into other professions and find out what the equivalent of £200 will cover in Poland to qualify "not enough"