I'm a 20 year old English lad and its come to the point were its near to impossible to find work in England and i simply cannot find work anywhere. So I've decided to try and find work in Poland
This has to be about the most ridiculous thing I've read on this forum this year. No matter how bad you think the job market is in England, it's a friggin bed of roses compared to Poland. Why do you think all those Polish people are in England? It's because they couldn't find work here.
i feel i can offer my skill's, experience else where.
The second most ridiculous thing. You have NO skills and NO experience to offer. At all. Zip, zero, zilch. Don't be a fool; go back to school and get some useful qualifications or learn a trade. There's a world-wide glut of uneducated unskilled laborers, and your life is going to suck wherever you live unless you have something real to offer employers. In England, you have lots of opportunities for education. In Poland, you will have none.
Some of the high end hotels have started employing foreigners who don't speak Polish.
I was at an Indian restaurant in Poland and the waiter couldn't speak Polish
Maybe give the Irish pubs a go...
They wouldn't even look at a 20 year old with no education, no qualifications, no experience and no knowledge of the local language. There is zero chance that an inexperienced 20 year old can find work in Poland, except maybe in a lousy call center. Even if he did speak Polish, the chances would be still be pretty remote. Youth unemployment is far higher in Poland than in England, and wages are far lower. A lot of Polish students spend the summer in England earning for their studies.
Even if he did find work, it would be a low-paid dead-end job with zero possibility of advancement, like cold call sales in a call center. I would wish that job on my worst enemy.
Anto, if you have decided to pursue a career as a laborer, then get some qualifications and skills that will enable you to find better work in the field, like plumbing, wiring, heavy machine operating or the like. BUT, beware of fly-by-night trade schools. Have an experienced adult help you shop around for courses that are really worth the money.
The second thing you have to keep in mind is that you will, for the rest of your lifetime at least, be competing against cheap labor from abroad. Things won't improve until you get some low-level management skills at least.