This sounds like a grand idea. If you're going to move to the continent why not find a place where the average salary (40k-50k CHF) is a heck of a lot higher than where your from? Or what about the Scandanavian countries (Denmark, Norway, Sweden)? These countries have low unemployment and high salaries.
Well - one reason to choose Poland is that there is much more opportunity here than elsewhere.
I'm head of an English department here - it wouldn't have happened so quickly in Switzerland or the Scandinavian countries. I value position more than money - so for me, Poland makes sense now.
You have guys on PF that know the English language business inside out, they survive only because they have established a solid database.
Or got lucky (I make no bones about it - my current job was through being in the right place at the right time doing the right thing for the right people).
Can I ask if you are qualified in anything, if not, could you study for ACCA exams in Poland. English teaching would be okay for a few years, but it would help you to have a plan to have a job that you like instead of just for the money.
Where's cms? Would doing ACCA without working in the job actually be worth anything?
If so, I wouldn't mind trying it just for something different to do. I did quite a few modules on finance in the past, and the past papers don't look too difficult.