bullo*ks.... I dont speak any polish nor my mates from different countries- (Italy, Spain, Columbia, Mauritius, Holland...) 70% of us didn't even had any work experience in what we do now. But, we were still recruited by a top American company and believe me, we do earn a decent salary!
So they hired you into an IT role or other role where 70% of you didn't have any experience and paid you a very decent salary despite not speaking Polish?
What was the reason you were all chosen over other locals who speak Polish? Your native tongue language skills, eg English, Spanish, Dutch?
Because I don't understand why they'd pay more to foreigners otherwise.
In Wrocław or a small city/town?
I hope you don't take offense at my questioning -- none intended.
So, if someone cannot find work, i wonder, what is their excuse. Just start applying to anything you can find.
So these Polish people I meet in Wroc who have a uni degree but can't find any work other than in a shop or selling strawberries, just need to be more persistent, Poland's booming, right? Recession risks have evaporated, all's great, jobs galore? No need for Poles to emigrate to the UK, Germany, Eire etc? Is that what you're saying?
In Krakow there are hundreds of foreign programmers with pretty good salaries.
So it IS a specialised role, such as programming. Well, I'm talking about for the rest of us, who aren't computer nerd types ;o)