Of course, Lodz has problems with an apparent lack of opportunities, or so some journalists claim:
In Lodz, the third largest city in Poland, the main high street presents a harrowing picture.
Why is this historic city that survived numerous wars, the Holocaust and Communism bereft of life?
The answer is simple - a huge percentage of its population has left to find work, many of them heading to Britain.
Nine years after it joined the European Union, Poland is facing a national crisis compounded by its people's determination to find a better life beyond its borders.
And their decision to up sticks and move to the UK is causing havoc in the places where they were raised.
what i meant by not using agencies is that it's not popular to use agency to find a job for you in Poland.
I think it depends on a job-seeker's field, competence and experience. But, I get where you're coming from, and you've posted some very good links to help Steve.