Thanx Jozef good video. I liked it how the young educated Poles said that they only think of going to the west for vacation and want to remain in Poland give something back to the country that educated them for free. btw lovely Polish girls at 23:12 you know I couldn't miss that ;)
It's also partially economic - many Polish employers are now realising that "two years washing dishes in the UK" is actually worthless when it comes to employability - many of them preferring to hire people straight from university. Now that the wages aren't so hugely different, it seems that anyone educated and with half a chance in life is staying rather than moving.
Take a look at this though - for me, this is the Poland I know -
(everyone - if you believe in Poland today, watch this video)
Today he is only a head of a private university of economy, created in 1996. What a degradation. That is why he is very frustrated.
Haha, any clown could run a private university. And they do - I even spotted that one has opened up in a small (population : 30k) town here!
You are pathetic, I'm not going to waste any more time educating you... I will only suggest you to read what people like Krzysztof Rybiński are thinking about the situation of Poland.
Educating me? You couldn't educate a thing - all you see is doom and gloom, not a good quality in a teacher. And quite frankly - what makes the boss of a "higher school" (not a university!) worth listening to about economics? I mean, if he was any good, he'd be working in a real university.
Yes, the economy is growing. Thanks in very large part to the safe stewardship of the current administration who look likely to be given an unprecedented second term.
And it's driving them crazy. Great fun - I can't wait until the election, just to rub it in even more.