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Salary for an architect with 3years experience in warsaw


terri 1 | 1,665
18 Oct 2010 #31
>>>>>How much money a Polish architect with 2/3 years experience after graduation will earn per month???
....as little as his boss wants to get away with. At a time when there are more people than jobs, the person who is willing to work for the least will get the job.

Simples.
W75 4 | 25
22 Jul 2012 #32
Prepare a professional resume and emphasize any specific experience you have.Sign up international job searching websites and apply if there is anything available.

Nice site. Seems to be single submissions which are the basis of the rough number. Since the numbers are net, I'm adding a link to the median tax rate in Poland and other countries: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Income_Taxes_By_Country.svg

I am aware it's an old thread, but I read it through searching, and I guess there are more who'll read it after me.
pantsless 1 | 267
28 Jul 2012 #33
According to this webpage average salary for an architect is 1200 euro.

Interesting. The website now states the average salary is 800 euro.

Btw, this website will give you a good idea about how much life costs in PL.
Jardinero 1 | 405
21 Aug 2016 #34
What is the approximate annual salary (British Pounds or Polish Zloty) of an Architect in Poland?

That's the problem with job adverts in Poland in general - will very rarely state the salary range, so until you know people who work in that industry, it is difficult to get a clearer picture, as "averages" can be tricky. I suspect it is similar to engineers - until you've got sufficient relevant, i.e. local experience, and get your professional license (equivalent to UK Chartership - except this is something that is actually regulated by Law in Poland), they will typically pay you as little as they can get away with and work you hard.
iheartnashe
1 Nov 2017 #35
seems like the poles are not friendly and welcoming at all
LongTermR 1 | 37
1 Nov 2017 #36
In which western country you may work with poor english as an architect. I guess you are third country citizen ) BTW I'm not Polish citizen. But dude really deserve rude answers. Who will work in western country and want to work in Poland for 3 k zlotych . Things are really seems like really funny. In order to work in Poland as an architect need to be fluent in Polish otherwise any company will not accept your application.
Alexbrz 3 | 78
1 Nov 2017 #37
Dont worry, its not the day-to-day Poles that you find here. Only the degenerate grumpy one's that have problems finding a decent hobby.
I've used this site on multiple occassions for advice, and got a decent answer when using proper english and not being from india-china-bangladesh and so on.

To you moving from those or other countries - keep your heads up. Poland isnt well represented on this website.
To you responding like this to these people. Good luck, theyre coming and there's nothing you can do about it. I recommend you go over to Germany-Netherlands-Belgium-UK and so on and see how your fellow countrymen are going along with zero local language (nor english for that matter!) and moving in great numbers.


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