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zetigrek
22 Oct 2010 #61
Where did I say that? What I have said is, we have enough low educated people of our own, we dont need them exported from certain new member countries to come here and work in manual labour low skilled jobs.

But your small enterpreneurs take advantages of that fact. In 2004-2007 seemingly there was too little ppl to work in unskilled jobs so Polish influx helped the UK economy. In crisis the influx stopped but still, small rate of wages which Easter European were willing to take, certainly helped some of them to survive.

In Poland we have similar situation in agriculture sector where not too many ethnic Poles want to work for so little money. The farmer can't pay better wages because it would make their business unprofitable so they hire Ukrainians, and everybody is happy.
Amathyst 19 | 2,702
22 Oct 2010 #62
But your small enterpreneurs take advantages of that fact. In 2004-2007 seemingly there was too little ppl to work in unskilled jobs so Polish influx helped the UK economy. In crisis the influx stopped but still, small rate of wages which Easter European were willing to take, certainly helped some of them to survive.

It encouraged businesses to pay rubbish pay (you think they set up agencies in Poland because I wanted to do Poles a favour?), Poles dont have the same outgoing, 5 Poles sharing a 1 bed flat dont have the same outgoings as 1 Brit living in similar property..Hence the reason they aford to take those "small rates of pay" plus let's face it, it was better than they got at home! Hence the reason they came to the UK and swamped the job market (you know the laws of supply and demand dont you?). But, I will say this, not all Poles are taking small rates of pay, a friend of my pulls about £35-40K a year (with over-time) and one of the engineers at work is Polish..She wont be working for "small rates" either..

In Poland we have similar situation in agriculture sector where not too many ethnic Poles want to work for so little money. The farmer can't pay better wages because it would make their business unprofitable so they hire Ukrainians, and everybody is happy.

You dont get it do you? Things dont improve if you constantly have a supply of cheap and willing labour, how can standards be improved? The wages in the UK have decreased in the last 5 years due the country being overpulated and there being fewer jobs..Companies are in a position they know there will be 200 candidates for one job...Im all for being competitive, but we have to draw the line somewhere...
zetigrek
22 Oct 2010 #63
You dont get it do you? Things dont improve if you constantly have a supply of cheap and willing labour, how can standards be improved?

So it's better to make farmers bancrupt? No, that's you who don't understand.

Companies are in a position they know there will be 200 candidates for one job...Im all for being competitive, but we have to draw the line somewhere...

how many of them are Polish?
Teffle 22 | 1,321
23 Oct 2010 #64
My opinions about immigration comes from looking at the state of the UK

The legacy of colonialism really.
Manazir - | 13
23 Oct 2010 #65
I think its better if we get back to discussion about WUT and how would life be there at Warszawa if i come :))
crazy_boy
23 Feb 2014 #66
Congratulations,Can u give me your mail /facebook address..i m so much interested to study in WUT at the department of Aerospace Engineering...in this reason i need your cordial help...it will be great 4 for me if u help me...i will be very pleased to you..please bro,i will be waiting for your replay...

my mail id: ras.bishwash@gmail
blueblackzinc
29 May 2015 #67
Merged: Warsaw University of Technology

Is WUT a good university for aerospace engineering?
blueblackzinc 1 | 3
7 Jun 2015 #68
Merged: Is Aerospace engineering in Warsaw University of Technology good?

Is WUT using old technology? is the professor good at explaining things? pros/cons?
DominicB - | 2,704
7 Jun 2015 #69
Poland does not have much of an aerospace sector. For example, the aerospace sector of the rather small US state of Connecticut is larger than that of the whole country of Poland. Furthermore, there is very little R&D done in Poland. R&D spending per capita in Poland is only 14% of what it is in the US or South Korea, for example, and an even smaller percentage is spent on aerospace R&D.

Sorry, but there is little reason for foreigners to study in Poland. You would be just as well off if you were to stay in Malaysia and study there, and then get admitted with a scholarship or fellowship to a good graduate engineering program in the US, other English-speaking countries, the richer Western European countries like German, Switzerland or Sweden, or Japan or South Korea. See these current threads for more detail:

https://polishforums.com/study/quality-issues-politechnika-wroclawska-74688/

Also, you might want to consider studying a much better paid branch of engineering like petroleum, geological or biomedical engineering. Your lifetime savings potential would be significantly higher.


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