My wife and I want to move to Poland after I finish my Masters in 2 years. Any advice would greatly be appreciated.
Almost certainly not the best option available to you. The job market is fiercely competitive, and wages are depressingly low. The only way this would work out is if you would get a job with a Western company in your own country and then get transferred to Poland at Western wages, and that's an option only for project or regional managers, higher level administrators, and highly qualified and experienced specialists and consultants.
Otherwise, you are eventually going to become frustrated with the low wages, job insecurity, poor lifetime earning prospects, poor prospects for advancement, inability to obtain further education, inability to save up and, not least, social isolation. If anyone, including your wife, is trying to paint a rosy picture for job prospects for foreigners in Poland, be assured that is very far from rosy, especially for people at the start of their career, like you. There's a good reason why so many young Poles are leaving the country to work abroad.
Sorry, but moving to Poland almost always making a big financial sacrifice. You might say that you are up to it, but after a year or two living in the country and experiencing the frustration day in and day out, you'll eventually burn out and get out. The "foreign-boy-moves-to-Poland-to-be-with-his-wife/girlfriend" story rarely has a happy ending. In the end, it all comes down to dollars and cents. And in the end, the only dollars and cents that count are the ones that you and your wife can put away in your savings account at the end of the month.