I'm a native English speaker and about C1 CEFR level Polish fluency. I took ACTFL oral test and I scored "superior". I also have a Bachelors degree. I know I can get work teaching English easily but what type of bargaining leverage does being bilingual give me in general for any job? Is it a "big deal" or just another skill?
There will definitely be work for you as an English/Polish teacher, or perhaps as a translator, writer or even narrator.
(And if you don't mind me asking, a Bachelor's degree in what direction exactly? Could you be more specific?)
To be honest, if there isn't anything, or little else you have to offer besides being bilingual, then I'd say you shouldn't get your hopes up too high, or expect too many options in other branches of business.
A lot of specialized people are bilingual these days? (Even I am, and I'm just an Electrician!)
You never know what might be available for you, it all depends on who you know, and who you'll get in touch with? So I suppose you'll have to see for yourself.