FGS Delph, why do you continue to be so negative about anyone else's plans, especially if they involve teaching English. It's hardly brain surgery is it? You do sound really bitter.
Because I know the market in Poland pretty well?
Look at his posts - and then compare to the typical Polish learner who expects perfection from their teachers. He wouldn't get away with spelling mistakes or dodgy grammar in the classroom - they would be straight to the director to complain - and he would be out on his ass. I remember being interrogated as to why I had to check a word in the dictionary during a class - Polish students simply aren't forgiving at all. Even worse - they will smile and pretend everything is ok, only to stab you in the back.
The problem is that in a big city, you can get away with a couple of *******. In a place like Zory, quite the opposite.
(and - honestly speaking - most people seem to think that they can come here and teach English, when in reality, the market has more or less wised up)
im married 2 years yes we have a baby
Are you sure you'll be able to provide properly for the baby? How about the inlaws? Are you certain that there won't be personality clashes over how you bring up the baby? Are you happy to accept Babcia wrapping the baby in endless clothes in the middle of summer? That's just one example among many...
also no pressure has been applied to move
Are you certain of that? You're already saying that she misses home...
im in no doubt it will be tough as everyone knows ireland is on its knees and i dont want to be on the dole
What makes you think Poland will be easier? It's likely to be even harder, especially in a small town without much money.
we have place to stay rent free major bonus
Sharing with your in-laws?
also my father in law knows the guy who runs the school and this guy seems genuine my father inlaw is a cop so i would trust his word
Trust me - Poles put business first. The guy might be genuine, but if you don't cut it (and the students are unhappy) - he'll ditch you regardless of any verbal promises made.
my wife worked as a social worker and wants to return to her profession
It's a rather poorly paid profession in Poland, why not move to the UK? Still plenty of jobs there for social workers, because they can do quite a lot of different things.
Tom - if I can give you one bit of advice, it's to make sure that you have something to return to in Ireland.