Sorry, missed your reply
ahh the old crystal ball technique. What if everybody chooses a career that is in high demand at the same time like nieruchomosci?, (using your own techniques against you). Let me know about those lottery numbers as well.
Sure, science and technology. As a percentage of studies, it's fairly low here in Poland. 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.
For bonus points, here are some studies which will make getting a good job...well, difficult.
Philology, Psychology, Anthropology, History, Art, Pedagogy, Philosophy...
Do you want to talk theoretical, or about the here and now? It's not a static system, but changes don't happen overnight. If things are moving in another direction, you can gain knowledge in that area. With the rate of change in technology, if you don't adapt, you can't take advantage of new opportunities.
Bribes are common place in Poland, the bigger the illness the bigger the bribe. Would i bribe if my child was in hospital and i didnt have the spare cash - yes.
That wasn't the question. I asked you if you trusted the health care system? Would you be comfortable bringing a child into the world if you couldn't fall back onto the NHS or private health care?
The point is bad luck falls on everyone everynow and again, we cant forsee it, in Poland the support is not there. Im sure youve had your fair share of bad luck. So dont give me that above crap.
There's bad luck and bad risk management. Basic risk management skills are missing for a lot of people.
Im still waiting for you to explain 3,000,000 Poles abroad over the past 5 years, highly skilled and professional young Poles that studied in demand professions. According to you they should be here living middle class lives.
I've already told you time and time again. If the minimum wage in France was €25 an hour, I'm sure that you'd see millions of Spaniards moving across the border as well. You simply make more money there, which is why more Poles are moving to the UK than all other EU countries combined. I don't want to use the mail as a reference, but come on.
The financial benefit isn't as big as it used to be. Poles are heading back home.