I do not know but you are trolling, you little rascal
Actually...he might not be.
I'm hearing from several different people that things are very, very difficult this year in Poznan.
A friend in a large Poznań language school told me of a Native Speaker being fired for listing the school's corporate clients in his CV as his own...
What the truth is that he was probably being paid too much money - and they wanted to cut costs.
According to her, Natives are having a tough time with quality Polish teachers of English and Africans forcing down wages...
Indeed, more and more decent Polish teachers (who can also explain things in the students native language), an oversupply of Brits and Americans and Africans willing to work in small schools for crap money (I know someone who has a highly educated Nigerian with a not bad accent working for 20zl an hour!) - all combines to a problem.
The problem isn't helped by all the "konwersacje" jokers who will work for 25zl an hour because their girlfriend demands that they live here.
What's surprising (and I've never had this before) was that this year, I've been asked by several people to help them find work. That's not normal at all - though - one thing is clear - females are still massively in demand. You can find a British guy easily, but it's still very hard to find a British female with a clear accent. I know two of them - and I'm not sure that there's any others.