Not without qualifications of course. Im talking about Lawyers and jobs in the finance sector.
Ok, so just to be more clear, are there any jobs you know of in Poland that you can get straight from school that pay 30zł per hour? Because in the UK that is minimum
wage. So you can walk into loads of jobs that will pay you that. And while £6.10 an hour doesn't sound like much, after a full week you are looking at about £244 a week. That is almost enough to pay your rent for a room in a flat. Next week you can pay your bills with a bit left over and then you have about £500 to live on/save. That is if you only do 40 hours a week, after that you are likely on time and a half for overtime (which many of these jobs require) and, possibly, tips.
Lets average that out for an average starting waiter working full time, shall we...
Weekly Wage = £244
Overtime = £90 (for 10 hours a week)
Tips = £100 (average weekly tips for me starting)
Total (for 50 hour week) = £534
Total (for a month) = £2314 before tax = (roughly) 9950zł
Now, is it really greed...or is it just looking for something better???
[edit: these are just spitball figures from when I was starting out (adjusted for modern minimum wage)...not a definative figure. Just want to give an idea of the difference.]