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MY SALARY in a Poland's private school. Is 1700 PLN netto too much?


zoztik    
4 Feb 2013  #1
I work in a private school in lodz ,
if I asked for 1700 netto , would it be too much for the school to pay ? or it's my right?
jump_bunny 5 | 237    
4 Feb 2013  #2
Is it a full time job and did you ask for 1700 zł? If yes then it is definitely not too much. I work in Warsaw and earn more than that.
APF 4 | 106    
4 Feb 2013  #3
1700 Netto?? Zloty??

Thats 400 Euro .. you get 400 Euro in Germany from the government, when you are unemployed .. and they though pay you an whole flat till 50 qm ..

400 Euro students and pupils get, what is called "BaföG" ..

Do you really still want to work in Lodz, even full time??
OP zoztik    
4 Feb 2013  #4
i work from 9 to 1:25
i worked with the hour system for 3 months , now I want a fixed payment and I guess they will give me 1700 brutto which is not enough and not fair !

and they already feel 1700 is too much
ismellnonsense - | 118    
4 Feb 2013  #5
which is not enough and not fair

then leave
dont moan on the internet about it

you have no right to anything more than around 750 brutto
so stop moaning
OP zoztik    
4 Feb 2013  #6
:) am just asking , so that if turns out that it's too late and am not being "spoiled" I would ask for 1700 netto (which is enough for me at the moment) and if not I would leave the job so easily :)
ismellnonsense - | 118    
4 Feb 2013  #7
where are you from and what do you teach
jump_bunny 5 | 237    
4 Feb 2013  #8
Try Warsaw perhaps, if you're a native and you're good you can get up to a few thousand monthly. As a private tutor you'll naturally earn more too.
milky 13 | 1,657    
  4 Feb 2013  #9
if I asked for 1700 netto

Would that cover rent for a small apartment and expenses? How many hours teaching(including class prep time)?

1700 Netto?? Zloty??

Thats 400 Euro .. you get 400 Euro in Germany from the government, when you are unemployed ..

and more than double that in Ireland,and three to four times that for flipping burgers in McDonald's, or packing shelves in Tesco.
gastro    
31 Aug 2014  #10
4 and a half hours a day 5 days a week that makes 22.5 hours a week times by 4 weeks is 90 a month that means your getting around 18pln an hour which is rubbish for a teacher I think the school are taking advantage I know people in Krakow and Katowice and they are paid 45pln per 45minute lesson I also know a guy in poznan who gets 60pln a lesson from a school my advise look around a find someone whose not going to low ball you
Dougpol1 27 | 2,299    
31 Aug 2014  #11
To the OP

I have no idea why Polish teachers and university lecturers don't strike - the salary is criminal with a capital C - but then again, the system is set up so that too many people are teaching.

It's not an elite profession here and desperately needs reform, or sorting out, more like!

Now where is Delph and his insight when we need it :(


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