do you agree?
Not exactly so - but here are my comments.
A country which has twice as many students as France
True, and absurd. The current situation where public universities are opening more and more "directions" without any logic, just to provide more jobs and power for their own is absolutely ridiculous. Much of the blame has to lie with the employers demanding papers for everything, however. Polish people seem to be shocked that you do things "without education" - for instance, working in a kitchen. Yet - most of the top chefs in the world are completely unqualified.
and where a qualified engineer earns less than an average worker.
That's not true, is it?
Where people spend twice what they earn
Doesn't seem to be true. Poland doesn't have much of an issue with personal debt.
and average earnings are less than the price of three pairs of good shoes.
And yet this is far more than most of the world earns.
A country where a car costs three years’ wages, but despite that, you can’t find anywhere to park.
Not true. Average wage is now what, around 45k a year. As for parking - I can't talk about Warsaw, but I've never had any problems finding places in Polish cities.
A foreigner needs to abandon all logic if he doesn’t want to be overwhelmed.
Applies to every country. You'd go insane if you tried to understand the German way of life.
It’s a strange country where you can talk to the waiter in English, the cook in French, the shop assistant in German but government ministers or state officials only through an interpreter.”
This is changing rapidly - at least in Poznan, language skills are obligatory if you want to be hired to work in public administration.