DominicB - | 2,627 9 Nov 2017 #271@RahulrajThe long and short of it is that wages in Poland are A LOT lower than wages in Germany. A real lot. Especially for someone who speaks German. So much so that you would have to think very hard before making such a move UNLESS you got hired by a western company at western wages. Do your research and do your math well. The important number is how much you can put in the bank at the end of the month. Low savings potential is what makes Poland unattractive for foreign workers, who usually end up moving on to the west in search of better jobs.As a SAP consultant, you will find a job for sure, and the pay will be good by Polish standards, but you will be able to save up only a small fraction of what you can save up in Germany.They don't speak German in Poland, and Polish is not at all similar to German. It might help you find work that is outsourced from Germany, though. Practically all of the work that is available to an Indian in Poland is outsourced from richer countries specifically because wages in Poland are much lower.