my plans to move to Poland are not due to finances
find work in Poland to sustain myself
Do some forum search on this first - this question comes up quite frequently.
Unless you consider yourself extremely lucky and like taking huge risks - this is not the best idea.
While things may be a bit better in your field, generally the trend still is for those that can and want a better working and living standard (and know a Western foreign language) to emigrate West.
people with technical degrees don't have huge problems to find jobs here
There are jobs - and there are jobs... that pay peanuts, treat one like a slave, and offer little development, and on top of that leave you drained psychologically. In general, if you have not worked in Poland you might find the work environment and standards... let's just say not up to scratch by Western standards.
Moreover, having a US degree is not an advantage in Poland. It will actually work against you. You will have to go through the process of academic recognition first. In addition, you will be competing with local graduates with the knowledge of the local market and the applicable industry standards, not to mention their lower expectations and higher determination. That will be a serious detriment to your chances of finding decent work. And you will often be looked upon with suspicion and disbelief - why on Earth you've emigrated in the opposite direction...
If you are tired of chasing the American dream as I was, my suggestion would be to look for work in the UK/Ireland instead. Unlike Poland, employers there are open to foreign graduates and the work environment and potential is fantastic in comparison. You will be surrounded by Poles everywhere - and close enough to Poland to fly in for the weekends and holidays.
But it sounds like you are determined. No intention to discourage you, but it might be best to actually come and try it out for yourself. You never know - you just might be that lucky...