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POLAND LEAVING WHAT COUNTRY FOR A BETTER LIFE??


convex 20 | 3,978
31 Jul 2010 #61
if anything, it should be dropping prices of garlic...
Wroclaw Boy
31 Jul 2010 #62
Truffles yeh, certain fish of course, but garlic? without research is there some kind of secret growing conditions and technique which makes the smelly stuff expensive?

I dont even know the price of it except that its not expensive, its one of those items i just throw in the basket without even checking the price.
SzwedwPolsce 11 | 1,595
31 Jul 2010 #63
It's not a secret that it's very difficult for foreigners to get a job in PL, if they don't have a rare skill that is highly demanded at moment.

With rare I mean something that not many Poles have. Since Polish companies prefers to hire Poles.
polishhunter 1 | 15
31 Jul 2010 #64
indian economy is growing, any poles who want to look for jobs in india are welcome.

i will suggest for poles- modeling, bollyhood industry, arts and small bussiness will be most suitable fields.
Wroclaw Boy
31 Jul 2010 #65
With all due respect troll how the hell is a native Pole going to succeed in Bollywood?
polishhunter 1 | 15
31 Jul 2010 #66
oh

havent you seen english models dancing in bollyhood films, half the people who act in bollyhood films dont speak hindi(they speak different indian language or even europeans)

there is the wonderful thing called voice dubing.
MareGaea 29 | 2,752
31 Jul 2010 #67
Not many schools offer that but he could find some demand in bigger cities, perhaps.

But then again, we're a relatively small language anyway. However, sb told me that Wroclaw Uni has a Dutch dept where they teach Dutch and Dutch history and so on. But that could be more out of folklore considerations than anything else. Or that every country has a seat in a University somewhere in Europe.

Although I dont like Dutch people so maybe dont come.

Tsk!

>^..^<

M-G (doesn't know which Dutch Uni has a Polish dept though - I know UvA has a Russian and Slavic one, so perhaps Polish is grasped into that as well)
A J 4 | 1,088
1 Aug 2010 #68
Contrary to popular belief, I'm not frustrated. (I will get there anyway!) I'm just pointing out how ridiculous it is when people tell you that there are no jobs, while everybody knows that there are jobs.

;)

I dont know why people are always saying its a struggle in Poland, it isnt. Rent is cheap, food is cheap and you will be able to get something.

I agree, if you're a creative person and you're not too arrogant, then there are plenty of opportunities.

Although I dont like Dutch people so maybe dont come.

And you think I care?

xD
dcchris 8 | 432
1 Aug 2010 #69
Since Polish companies prefers to hire Poles

Its true! In the past foreigners were much more in demand but now Poles have their economy running quite well and don't need foreigners as before. If anything other countries could look at Poland's economy for pointers (that is unless the govt are just lying about the figures which could easily be the case). Even in teaching. Native speakers are mostly only useful for conversational classes. The lower level students are better off with the highly trained Polish teachers for grammar.
Rich Mazur 4 | 3,185
23 Feb 2019 #70
So, how cool is it to be on the EU welfare, my dear Poles?
Weimarer 8 | 415
23 Feb 2019 #71
They are like a colony. Sometimes act up but in general do as ordered. From time to time get humilated though.
Lyzko 30 | 7,378
23 Feb 2019 #72
Welfare is when outsiders or interlopers bilk the system. The EU provides medical services because she cares about her citizens.
Rich Mazur 4 | 3,185
23 Feb 2019 #73
Welfare is when outsiders or interlopers bilk the system.

Are we now going to debate what "welfare" is, Mr. Clinton?

How about:

So, how cool is it to be an EU dependent, my dear Poles? How much is Polish pride worth? Is it higher or lower that the Greek pride?


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