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Non administrative jobs in Poland?


Zlatko
10 Jul 2019 #1
Hello, my degrees is from America, a Business and Management one. OK, I like Polish culture and language but I don't know speaking it. Is it even worth it to look for a job in Poland? It seems that all the jobs available for non Polish speakers are those boring accounting/call center/business analysts jobs I hate. There are also jobs for programmers/IT people but I'm not one of them: careersinpoland.com/jobs/city/krakow

I'd rather do something in sales, graphic design etc. Was thinking about Germany due to higher sales and easy to travel to Poland for vacations... however I don't know German either. Should I go with what language I know and just look for a job in Ireland as I know English? What would you do?
Lyzko 24 | 6,803
10 Jul 2019 #2
Any serious position, in Poland or elsewhere, with the commensurate salary to match, requires naturally not only a rock solid ability
in English, but also German, possibly French, or at least one other major EU language!

There will always be exceptions, of course.
OP Zlatko
10 Jul 2019 #3
I think in graphic design and music/singing the local language + English would do, no?
OP Zlatko
10 Aug 2019 #4
It seems that most job offers for Poland for expats in the outsourcing sector. As much as I would like to live in Poland, I'm never ever again working in operations or be an accounting clerk. Big corporations are terrible to work for, but even worse if you work as an accounts receivable/data entry clerk. I like sales, so apparently got to start to learn Polish soon.
pawian 161 | 9,971
12 Aug 2019 #5
It seems that most job offers for Poland for expats in the outsourcing sector.

Is it different in other countries where English isn`t the official language? E.g, what career are you going to have in Germany without knowing German?
OP Zlatko
12 Aug 2019 #6
More or less you're right, however one can work sth related to the American army based there (sell used cars targeted at US soldiers in Ansbach for ex.). But I think one can work in graphic design only with English as well if for a big multinational.
pawian 161 | 9,971
13 Aug 2019 #7
however one can work sth related to the American army based there (sell used cars targeted at US soldiers in Ansbach for ex.

I don`t think local Germans who have been doing that work for decades will allow an alien without German meddle into their business. :):)


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