Jardinero 27 Apr 2013 #1Hi,We are considering relocating permanently to PL (having lived there prior to 2009), mainly because of my wife and her family being there, and also we think it may be better for our children - not to mention lower costs associated with raising children in the long run, which virtually is what ruins us here.Both of us are Polish citizens with no language issues, my wife should be OK with finding a job in her field (health care), but for myself, because my education is from the US and thus not readily recognized in PL, I have had an extremely hard time finding professional and decent paid work, and after over a year with a local city agency for a salary that barely paid rent I gave up and ended up working in the UK. We are now back in the US, and were thinking that if my job prospects in terms of professional development and pay now were promising, we would be willing to relocate. We have lived in Poznan and really liked it there, so that's the only place that we would consider, as we are familiar with the city and the region, and have made good friends there. I am aware that I may need to be willing to travel domestically as well as outside of PL. My experience is mostly in design of highways and bridges; now I am working on the construction side of the business in public infrastructure sector. Of course, we are fully aware that masses of mostly young and experienced professionals flock out of the country every day, but we are a rather sentimental couple and if possible, would rather live in PL.I have been searching the ads on line and sending out my CV for a while, but no responses so far. It really looks hopeless to be frank. Would I be better off starting to look at other career prospects? I would be even willing to go to uni to get another degree if that meant better prospects. As I am getting closer 40, are we just kidding myself thinking it would be worth it at this stage?Any and all helpful suggestions would be greatly appreciated.