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A decent paid job for native english speaker in Wrocław - no university qualifications

kaczka411 1 | 4    
19 Aug 2016  #1
Hi Everyone,
I'm a native english speaker from the uk looking to move to Wrocław late 2016/ early 2017, can anyone recommend where to look for a decent paid job?

I'm just a bit concerned because i don't have any university qualifications and I'm not sure if I will be able to find a job with a wage i can survive on :S

Any help/ advice would be greatly appreciated.
terri 1 | 1,572    
19 Aug 2016  #2
Unless you speak Polish to a competent standard - you have no chance.
There are of course jobs in call can look for them yourself.
OP kaczka411 1 | 4    
19 Aug 2016  #3
Thanks @terri I speak a bit of polish but I'm still leaning. I will look online and see what jobs i can find :)
Sparks11 - | 335    
19 Aug 2016  #4
I totally disagree with Terri, I'm not sure where he gets his info. You have every chance in the world to find a job, also, register on, pay the 120 zl. for the "premium" service and you are bound to get private students.
OP kaczka411 1 | 4    
19 Aug 2016  #5
hey Sparks, that really helps! I'll check the website out! i have looked online as well and I agree that Terri may be a little mistaken as there seems to be work out there for non polish speakers. I do speak polish but I have a problem with formal communication as I have learnt with friends and alone.
terri 1 | 1,572    
19 Aug 2016  #6
Prospective students want someone who has formal teaching qualifications and a degree. You have neither, so the chances of private students are very minimal.
I said this before, (but you ignored it) that your best bet is to look for jobs in Wroclaw, there are shared centres in Wroclaw and there maybe jobs there for you, but it all depends on your skills.
OP kaczka411 1 | 4    
19 Aug 2016  #7
thanks for your positive input
Sparks11 - | 335    
20 Aug 2016  #8
Actually prospective student usually aren't d***s and don't care about a degree. If you have strong command of the language (don't make a bunch of spelling mistakes, have a decent vocabulary etc) are willing to learn about descriptive grammar and have a decent personality, you will be fine.
terri 1 | 1,572    
20 Aug 2016  #9
Yes,I agree with you, however for a native speaker there are jobs in Wroclaw as there are numerous shared service centres looking for natives.

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