The BEST Guide to POLAND
Unanswered  |  Archives 
 
 
User: Guest

Home / Work  % width posts: 6

Which is better country for an educated professional - Poland or Spain?


Olga777 3 | 7
25 Jan 2017 #1
Spain and Poland Which is best country for educated person .
And which country we can get good job easily?
Kuzyn
26 Jan 2017 #2
I see that you're from Belarus, so it's easier to understand Polish people and culture for you than Spaniards and Spanish culture. There is a big unemployment rate (~students, young people) in Spain so if you are a young person it can be hard to find a job here.

In Poland you can get job easily but it depends on your vocation and experience.
Marsupial - | 886
26 Jan 2017 #3
For you Poland for sure unless you already speak Spanish.
OP Olga777 3 | 7
26 Jan 2017 #4
@Kuzyn
I did master in finance and i am having 5 year experience in accounts & finance.
As i said i don't know polish language's but i know english very well.
Keep in mind this factor can i get a good job in poland or not?
Marsupial - | 886
26 Jan 2017 #5
English + spain is a good idea. Poland + english is a good idea if you get hired by a foreign company who wants you to have english. Otherwise Polish is required for day to day life if you want a life and most jobs.
Ziemowit 13 | 4,277
26 Jan 2017 #6
I did master in finance and i am having 5 year experience in accounts & finance.

Then I think your chances are not that bad if this is the case.

As i said i don't know polish language's but i know english very well.

I would rely more on Belarussian than English in Poland in your everyday life. As a Pole I can pretty easily follow the news or films broadcast on Belsat, a TV channel in Belarussian financed by the Polish government (btw, it is extremely funny to hear all their commentators speaking Belorussian, whereas people in the streets interviewed by TV Belsat crews almost exclusively speak in Russian). There is a growing numbers of Ukrainians working in Poland due to the increasing shortage of domestic labour force in Poland, but also a (much smaller) number of Belarussians is reported. It shouldn't be difficult to learn Polish for you given that you are already well accustomed to the Latin alphabet.

In the world of finance English is of course a very big advantage, but reasonably good Polish is necessary if you are thinking of a "good job" in Poland


Home / Work / Which is better country for an educated professional - Poland or Spain?
BoldItalic [quote]
 
To post as Guest, enter a temporary username or login and post as a member.