Sorry for late reply...
You speak English perfectly. What other skills that are useful outside of teaching/translating jobs do you possess?
I have software engineer background, BUT in reality I suck at it. My competencies include more business management attributes. Potentially marketing.
The only way you could do that is to be hired with an "expat contract" by an international company with headquarters abroad
Lwowska! that is precisely would I would love to do. I just find it difficult to find those companies, because they don't exactly market show themselves on praca.pl.
It all depends on your profession. Chances are higher if you are working in a technical area, and you are specialized on a rare subject.
I know the software development lifecycle...thats quite technical, but I'm no programmer.
Additionally, chances are higher if Im focused on rare subject. Ive discussed the prospect of doing a PhD, with a lecturer friend of mine. Being a rare person who is specialized in a particular field COULD have its merits, when it comes to finding jobs in large compnies. Although Ive read on these forums, that they're a waste of time.