AdrianK9 6 | 369 16 Feb 2016 #1Hello Everyone,I first wanted to say that I love this website and was a regular member of it for about 2 years under the username trancespottingp. Unfortunately, I forgot my password which was registered at the email address of my last job which I no longer have access to.I wanted to ask the communities' advice on the topic of expatriating to Poland. I am at a point in my career where I have a little money saved up, a decent job, a bachelor's degree, and I am planning on furthering my career but want to move abroad. I'm kind of at a point where I can either use my money to get an MBA in the U.S. or move to Poland and start a new life and also do an MBA at a lower cost although typically Polish business schools are not highly regarded outside of Poland. Since my entire family is in Poland and the countries surrounding it, I know that I will eventually move and retire to Poland. So if I did do an MBA in Poland I would most likely stay there afterward. I don't know how US MBA's are regarded in Poland but I'd assume with US corporations they'd be accepted.I have a Bachelor's degree with a double major in International Business and Marketing. I am fluent in Polish and English and I know Spanish and Russian pretty well too. I also have dual US/Poland citizenship. I've been in sales about 7 years now and that's most likely what I'd continue to do since it seems to pay a bit better than a lot of other careers namely because of a commission. It's very easy for me to get a good paying job in the US but I don't know how it would be in Poland as I hear there is a lot of competition amongst recent grads. By the way, I'm 27. I'm sure that the fact I'm from the US and have a degree from a very reputable US college would help but I still feel I'd face a lot more competition that I do even here.Anyway, I looked for a job in Poland like a year ago out of curiosity to see what I could get. I was offered 2 positions one with Google in Wroclaw with a salary of $24,000 annually + commission basically selling ad services and the other paying 30,000 Euro a year + commission in Gdansk selling cargo transport services. I was really interested in the position in Gdansk (actually was with a British company) but didn't really have the resources to move to Poland at the time. I think that this would be sufficient for me as a single male with no kids. Now I do have the resources to move and can realistically expatriate to Poland, of course if I felt it was a worthwhile move for my career. I don't expect to make like $100k a year in Poland but I do want to at least have a comfortable lifestyle.I wanted to ask - what are the popular high paying industries/companies in Poland now? Any people on this forum with experience working in Poland as a salesperson or similar position? Do typically the Western companies pay higher salaries than the Polish ones or is it about equal? Any other experiences you can share with expatriating or working in Poland? Do you think $100k is enough to move to Poland for a single male if you're not buying a house and planning on renting?Thanks everyone!