Now, we have another trend; those offered 3 coins and willing to come to Poland to live like rats.
Actually, that's not a new trend. There has been a slow, but steady stream of posts from people from richer countries who think that they can make it in Poland on low wages because "the cost of living is so low". They don't seem to get it that the cost of living in Poland is shockingly high relative to wages, and that a foreigner pays a substantial penalty for not knowing the local language and consumer habits, and not having a network of family, friends and professional contacts.
in order to have a decent sort of life, without worrying about money, you need at least 4,000/4,500 CLEAR per month (if you are single).
Agree, for a entry or possibly junior position. Single, of course. Families cost a real lot in Poland, especially since the kids have to go to private school. 4000/4500 clear a month is lousy for a more established person who has serious savings on his mind.
don't say it'll look "good" on your cv because it won't. Serious recruiters are not impressed by lousy jobs in some 2nd category countries as Poland and others. You won't get a prestigious cv this way. To any serious recruiter, you'll seem a loser... Don't waste your time! :
Have to agree here, too. It's fine as a gap year or extended vacation, but there are practically always much, much better options available than working in Poland.