@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.