I wonder you can't at least get a job at some language school.
I really would not like to leave behind all my specialization in IT fields just to end up teaching languages, but hey it is an option!
I think you need to contact right person to get proper iterview for you.
I was told by many people that almost all the good opportunities are available through contacts. I agree, I need a good contact somewhere, that's why I'm trying my luck in here also! Comarch... I worked for them 3 months in an internship back in 2007, and all the actual workers there suggested me not to apply there (they said it sucks!)... but hey, it is another option!
did you try all the call centres as a tech for sure alot of it would be english speaking
I haven't tried, but again I have the feeling it would be like going back in time to year 2000 when I started to work in Mexico earning peanuts and wasting my time. However, yes it is another option!
I'd strongly propose you to apply to Shell, Zabierzów(Krakow suburbs).
It's not my field, but I could try if I don't find anything else soon.
maybe good option for you would be "one person private firm"
I have considered being self-employed, I did so couple of years even having a job and it works quite well if you have contacts that get you into the market.
This actually tells us nothing about your specialization :-)
Well well, what have I done in SW development? Stand-alone applications, client-server applications, financial applications, web applications, dynamic/static web sites, experimental applications in logistics... from analysis to design to development to maintenance...
If you are fluent in german and CapGemini didn't take you, then it means that current market conditions sucks...
They didn't even bother to reply to my applications!
In my opinion, if you are really so fluent in german and english then you should go to Germany and don't look back.
Well, I am parallelly applying to german companies to try my luck, but psychologically I don't know if I want to go back to Germany, I lived there for 3 years and I didn't like the german way of life (ordnung muss sein!)
Thanks everyone for your concern, I'll try to diversify my options!