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Poland: In Top First 15 Countries in the WORLD by the number of CRIMES


Wroclaw Boy
17 Feb 2010 #271
Doctors won't have any problem finding work, bio engineering isn't going away anytime soon, marketing is good, law never hurts, mechanical engineers are needed, computer science is a good bet.

I knew opyu would mention Doctors, pretty much all those qualifications require high intelligence and a will to believe in ones self and be skint for god knows how many years. Its just not practicle unless mum and dad are going to support.

What about average Poles?

Why are there more people returning to Poland now than leaving?

There not though, im sure youre going to paste some links, but sorry i just dont see it or believe it. For every link stating poles are returning home theres another contradicting. I believed two years ago but not anymore.

It would benefit myself if they did return. The only time the majority come home is for holidays.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
17 Feb 2010 #272
Many went for money and many went for new opportunities. It's as simple as that!
convex 20 | 3,978
17 Feb 2010 #273
Its just not practicle unless mum and dad are going to support.

BS. There is a stipend for people that can't pay, and student jobs for those who can't. And like you mentioned, the support network of mommy and daddy are usually there as well.

What about average Poles?

As for your average Poles living around here, what job do you have in mind? How about these, interestingly enough, not in the major cities..

this?
kariera.pl/oferta/praca/154563/tapicer

maid?
kariera.pl/oferta/praca/155161/pomoc-domowa

building inspector?
kariera.pl/oferta/praca/154415/inspektor-ds-remontow-i-administracji

standing in front of a copier for 20 hours a week?
kariera.pl/oferta/praca/154644/operator-kserokopiarek

Are those average jobs? How about "adwords support" at google? Accounts receivable at IBM? I know how much those entry level jobs pay in Wroclaw...

There not though, im sure youre going to paste some links, but sorry i just dont see it or believe it. For every link stating poles are returning home theres another contradicting. I believed two years ago but not anymore.

Can't argue with your gut feeling. I wouldn't want to throw tangible things out here like numbers.
Pofficer
17 Feb 2010 #274
many polish go abroad only to steal... so... yeah... no wonder they are in Top 15
Seanus 15 | 19,706
17 Feb 2010 #275
Prove it! Maybe 25 years ago, but now?
AnnaSmithsonn
18 Feb 2010 #276
Can anyone from all this thread prove anything?
Wroclaw Boy
18 Feb 2010 #277
Many went for money and many went for new opportunities. It's as simple as that!

and many went becasue they had absolutely no hope in Poland, years and years of studying hard earned qualifications to be sat or stood around streets with no cash in the pockets.

I wouldn't want to throw tangible things out here like numbers.

Heres a number for you from [my home town].

There is a large Polish population in the city, with estimates as high as 20,000, or 1 in every 11 of the total population

Lets see some of your figures, ive been keeping a close eye on re-patriating Poles for years.

How about "adwords support" at google?

What in English? Thats just one example of a company employing, not going to help the thousands really is it. Adwords is one of the easiest features to use its totally self explanitory, how many vacancies do they have?

The ammusing issue for me about all this is that i used to think and believe like you, not anymore. When youre out there hearing the poeple witnessing poverty, being scammed, dealing with Poles day in and day out its not reality in Poland. Not by a long shot, hopefully it will improve.

Can anyone from all this thread prove anything?

Proof what in the form of Links written by biased journalists? many on here think a link is proof. Theres never going to be solid proof on this type of issue, its an ongoing process.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
18 Feb 2010 #278
I meant that seeking new opportunities was a corollary of their dire predicament here, WB. It seemed like anything would do. That had to gnaw away at them.
polsky 2 | 84
20 Feb 2010 #279
In Lodz and Poznan there is an explosion in violent crimes lately.

The financial crisis is finally taking Poland by storm probably :(
delphiandomine 83 | 17,771
20 Feb 2010 #280
In Lodz and Poznan there is an explosion in violent crimes lately.

Shouldn't you be outside with your daughter rather than spamming this forum yet again with your nonsense?

There's been no 'explosion in violent crime' in Poznan - if there was, don't you think that Gazeta Wyborcza would be screaming about it?
Wroclaw Boy
20 Feb 2010 #281
The financial crisis is finally taking Poland by storm probably :(

The only financial crisis around here is happening in your bank account and pockets, get to work. Oh sorry this is your full time job - spamming.
WBXXX
20 Feb 2010 #282
delphi and wroclawboy, it is highly unlikely that polski has anything at all to gain from writing this, unless it is the simple truth.

i see quite a lot of guys here obsessed with mark biernat.

poland crimes are at a high rate. why should anyone be angry about this reality?
Wroclaw Boy
20 Feb 2010 #283
delphi and wroclawboy

So Polsky you see a comment written by me which is not agreeable to you so you log in with WBXXX under your Proxy and start spamming again.

So predictable and boring.

why should anyone be angry about this reality?

Because its Polksy and co's spam as he cant afford property in Poland namely Krakow.

Loser
Rikad
25 Feb 2010 #284
I dont think Poland is in the Top First 15 countries in the World by the number of Crimes,

but it is for sure in Top 3 countries in Europe by the number of Crimes...
Seanus 15 | 19,706
21 Sep 2011 #285
Top 3 countries in Europe? I don't think so. Poland has really clamped down on certain crimes like corruption, auto theft and moustache copying ;)
Sokrates 8 | 3,346
21 Sep 2011 #286
Total rubbish after a bit of travelling Poland is one of the safest countries you can find, even in poor areas.


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