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Information about jobs for Indian students in Poland


Maybe 12 | 409    
4 Dec 2013  #61
Yet I see lots of new cars on the roads

They are often owned by what Russians refer to as "businessmen".
raken8787 1 | 20    
4 Dec 2013  #62
@raken8787: First you say use linkedin to get in touch, later to learn what skills others advertise. Decide what you mean.

I meant to get in touch with people to understand the profile better, the requirements better. Take a profile for example "x" , search in german job database and search the same in Poland or czech republic. Just spend few mins on these databases and you will get the difference (I found more differences in manufacturing profiles). For example an engineer with a profile "x" works with more plaforms in germany than in hungary , or he/she should have additional skills in some "f" , which is not required in czech . something like this.

Rather not in Europe, but in no English speaking countries.

Isnt it understood? Of course in english speaking countries , the individual has better chances

So you mean just to check what they're offering and not worry about 'friending' them, which is of course different to what you said before, as Monitor also noticed...

you do whatever you want, make friends with them or just talk with them or simply message - the end result should be to know well about the profile.

Probably what you suggest, Raken, works for some people, somehow, or everyone wouldn't be at it sending Linked In invites and similar job site invites all the time.

Yeah, it may be the case, works for some people. It finally boils down to one thing - "skills". It is something an employer cannot neglect and is the difference between candidates. Most people know the language, the efforts are more or less similar. Its a one time affair for foreigners becasue the place where they come from, and in europe, there are certain difference in work profiles, may not be huge but still the minor differences matter. I am not asking to send it invites but just a casual message. Not necessary to make friendship or add or something.

Most Poles earn on average between 1700zl to 2500zl net a month, that is around £380 to £500 a month!!

I agree with your sentences. I think it has been discussed a lot about in this forums about salaries in Poland. Nowadays , people are coming without loans as I got to meet a few, like working for few years back home, saving some money and then coming. It is less riskier than taking loans.If you are taking loans, forget repaying the loan, its not a tall ask but impossible.
Monitor 14 | 1,822    
4 Dec 2013  #63
Just spend few mins on these databases and you will get the difference (I found more differences in manufacturing profiles). For example an engineer with a profile "x" works with more plaforms in germany than in hungary , or he/she should have additional skills in some "f" , which is not required in czech . something like this.

Assuming that you learn that workers in Germany have experience with different "platforms" than workers in Czech Republic. How are you going to use this knowledge if you are from India? Target job market more similar to your profile?
raken8787 1 | 20    
4 Dec 2013  #64
No matter what the profiles are, they arent entirely different. Understand the fact that I am only interested in bridging the gap to suit the job market, if the person, no matter where he/she is from, either India or turkey or china - there is certain competence specific to that region. Havent we seen, people being deputed to Germany/some other countries in europe from China or India to learn specific skills pertaining to their job profile or to learn some new aspects of a project. They add it onto their resumes which improves their value in the job market. In some cases it is required , in some cases it is not. What's the point in coming here and not adding onto your skills ? Everybody wants growth right ? It makes sense to add skills to the profile and opt to work at a place which enables more learning than going to a place with the same skills and where learning happens in a course of time. It is well and good if the universities offer those topics which has not been learnt before and is hot in the job market. In some cases, we have to do it on our own and the first step is knowing what is required.
Monitor 14 | 1,822    
4 Dec 2013  #65
So how are you going to use this knowledge if you are from India?
raken8787 1 | 20    
4 Dec 2013  #66
I have explained it in my thread.
Monitor 14 | 1,822    
4 Dec 2013  #67
It's some logorrhea. You asked some questions and gave no answers. Point out please how can you use knowledge about job marker differences when you are Indian student searching for the job.

Only idea which I see in your text is "It makes sense to add skills to the profile". So if Indian student is searching for the job he should add skills to his profile. How? By copy paste?
raken8787 1 | 20    
4 Dec 2013  #68
Well, the problem is people dont ask all questions at once. You are asking about skills now. I have been talking about it from my second thread of this discussion. Add skills to profile ?? any layman can understand this. If I want to improve any skill I will go about checking online , or asking some experts or asking professors in universities or joining some special courses etc. This is something we all know or rather I would say it is our headache to improve upon the requirements . . I started the thread with the point that opportunities are available in Poland, then I mentioned how difficult it is to get in Germany because of more requirements in the same profile, it is rather simpler here to get in. I also supported the fact that salaries are low in Poland, so loan is totally out of question. So still you dont get ? With the all the information one has accumulated of the difference in skills, he/she can chose to improve the skills and get a better job in germany or rather work here in low salaries in Poland. The choice is theirs. Upon all that, the individual should learn the local langauge - much important fact. Well, they can do copy and paste - they will get bulldozed during the interview, if not eventually the employer will come to know. Come on man, I expect some better replies than some use of fancy words. Try to understand the overall scenario and dont relate in bits and pieces.
Monitor 14 | 1,822    
4 Dec 2013  #69
And here is my point. You're telling how to direct somebody's education and carrier, but the question is how to simply find a job. What you write is not doable in short term. Fast courses are not so important as experience and only in few professions you can gain experience without first finding proper job. And I don't think that it's easier to get a job in Poland than in Germany. Because of current unemployment levels in both countries it's exactly opposite.
raken8787 1 | 20    
4 Dec 2013  #70
I told it in the beginning if you refer my threads that this activity is a part of finding a job, not the whole of it. I have been talking about aspects to get a job. To be able to go into wider areas. Nothing can beat experience, but sometimes experience isnt enough for example, a design software can be learnt in a matter of few months, now the person can apply to that job as well which asks very specifically to that software. I am telling minor gaps which are causing major issues with profiles. There are numerous other factors , I am addressing a part of it. It depends from profile to profile. I am referring to students without experience, openings which require certain skills and where experience is not necessary.

And I don't think that it's easier to get a job in Poland than in Germany. Because of current unemployment levels in both countries it's exactly opposite.

You modified the thread ? . it is not easier to get jobs anywhere in europe. But the first thing which is important is to be able to apply to more companies, and companies which are asking less experience, better to have more skills
Monitor 14 | 1,822    
4 Dec 2013  #71
. But the first thing which is important is to be able to apply to more companies,

The first thing which is important is number of competitors.
narennmusic    
16 Jul 2014  #72
hi i am Arun from Tamilnadu,India i was interested to study polish language is poland
i can get any part time jobs in Warsaw.
Harry    
16 Jul 2014  #73
i can get any part time jobs in Warsaw.

Almost certainly not. Why would an employer want to go to the trouble and expense of getting a work permit for a part-time employee who doesn't speak English when he could simply employ a Pole?
DominicB - | 2,627    
16 Jul 2014  #74
i can get any part time jobs in Warsaw.

I agree with Harry. There is no chance that you will be able to find part-time work in Poland. Don't waste your time on this plan anymore.
jon357 65 | 13,627    
16 Jul 2014  #75
Yes. The only real chance is through contacts in the Indian community here.
pnbharish    
11 Nov 2014  #76
Hi,
I am from India, Have 5 years of work experience. Currently looking for a job in poland.
Please advice at the earliest.
DominicB - | 2,627    
12 Nov 2014  #77
Look elsewhere. Poland is not a rich country, wages are very low and unemployment is very high. Furthermore, the cost of living is high for such a poor country. There is very little chance that anyone is going to even bother looking at your application and CV, never mind go through the hassle and cost of applying for a work permit for you, unless those five years of experience were as a SAP or HBase administrator. Your time would be better spent exploring more promising job markets. Don't even think as Poland as a backdoor to the richer countries in the EU. That could set your career behind by years. Best advice is to find a job in your home country for an international company, work there for a few years, and transfer. Sorry, but working in Poland is rarely a rewarding a valuable way to further your career, and is often career suicide.
Abd AlJaleel    
17 Jan 2015  #78
I tell you a good example,Never worry for money cuz its going to come where ever you are"NO SOUL SHALL DIE BEFORE HAVING HIS ALL PROVISIONS"

Most importantly be a learner and in live in present instead of getting depressed for secure future.We don't know what will happen the next moment.So everymoment be good and happy.

Regarding the oppurtunities,money,career it willcome along your way !Just try your best whatever you do
Levi_BR 6 | 220    
17 Jan 2015  #79
I tell you a good example,Never worry for money cuz its going to come where ever you are"

No it will not.

And as many others here, i would strongly advise for all of you not go to Poland unless you have some extremelly great skill that can be useful.

And that doesn't include 5 years degree or stuff like that.
Ataul    
16 Apr 2015  #80
Hello there!!
we are Bangladeshi student currently studying bachelor of computer science in a Malaysian public university. we are planing to study transfer our credit in University of Lodz for the same subject. Truly we can able to bare our tuition fees but the rest of our expenses like monthly expenditure have to take care by our self. So we need to know that is it possible to find some odd part-time jobs that would support my living cost? Please someone give me an amount of minimum monthly living cost and if it is possible to get a job then how much the earning would be in minimum scale??

Please answer me in details if possible !!

Thanks
Sjk    
16 Apr 2015  #81
Hi, I'm a student currently studying bachelor degree. I am thinking about to study in Poland. I need to know how much would be the monthly living cost for a student? and in long study vacation is it possible to get a job to support myself?

Stick to the one username please
DominicB - | 2,627    
16 Apr 2015  #82
Youth unemployment is very high in Poland, and even during the summer, jobs that students can do are very hard to find, even for Polish students, and even harder for foreign students.

It is exceedingly unlikely that you will ever be able to find a job in Poland, or ever earn a single penny for your living expenses, so make your plans on the very safe assumption that you will have to pay for everything yourself with no help from Poland. If you cannot pay your own way 100% for sure, forget about coming to Poland to study.
Sahamw 1 | 2    
4 May 2015  #83
Merged: Summer jobs

Hi,

Could any body help me with any clues of finding a job in Poland during Summer . I have my residency card. And what kind of jobs are easy to find. And Is it easy to find a fruit picking jobs. And could any one hep with any information. greatly appreciate your assistance.

Thanks.

Merged: Summer work in Poland

Hi,

Can some one help me with any summer work I can find in Poland. I am a student here and looking for work during summer. I heard about Fruit picking jobs during this time. Can some one let me know about any such places or any summer job. Greatly appreciate.

Thanks
firoj toha    
3 Jul 2015  #84
hi...wanna go in Poland,,,how much earn per month as a student?

i like & love poland...please sent me about poland education,earning & living cost.....tohafiroj90@gmail or +88 01710 66 66 35
DominicB - | 2,627    
3 Jul 2015  #85
how much earn per month as a student?

There are no jobs for foreign students in Poland, and you can't earn anything. If you need a job to finance your studies, then don't come to Poland.
jon357 65 | 13,627    
3 Jul 2015  #86
There are jobs, however a good command of Polish is needed.
keta    
7 Aug 2015  #87
Hi i coming poland but my dout is i work in poland
InPolska 11 | 1,823    
7 Aug 2015  #88
Polish students cannot find jobs so why the hell could Indians work? It's high time for all those posters to get informed and also realistic. Some of them are completely disconnected from reality..

The fault is the Polish government's. They should demand that all applicants to student's visas have enough funds to support themselves while in Poland. The kids come to Poland, cannot find jobs, live in dire poverty, fail in their studies. The Polish government is really irresponsible. Other countries demand sufficient funds, why doesn't Poland?
Polsyr 6 | 772    
7 Aug 2015  #89
Other countries demand sufficient funds, why doesn't Poland?

Even Poland demands. What you see here is mostly trolling, where people from specific areas are deliberately portrayed as incompetent parasites looking exclusively for an EU entry.
InPolska 11 | 1,823    
7 Aug 2015  #90
Fruit picking and the like are done by Ukrainians. I can't imagine a Polish farmer to hire ... Indian or Bengladeshi students. High time to be realistic instead of dreaming.



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