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Trojmiasto Job Forecast in Five Years


krakuskabanos 4 | 43
18 May 2010  #1
dzien dobry. what do you think would be the sort of jobs that would be in demand, five years from now, in the trojmiasto area? this is presuming i'd be fluent in the language already before the move. im just having this massive dilemma on what would happen to my career in poland. many thanks for your ideas.
plk123 8 | 4,150
18 May 2010  #2
what do you do?
OP krakuskabanos 4 | 43
18 May 2010  #3
@plk123: i've got systems analysis/design and accountancy/administration/marketing skills. what do you think?
plk123 8 | 4,150
19 May 2010  #4
this is presuming i'd be fluent in the language already before the move

do you think you will be fluent in PL in five years? i wish you good luck. as to the other, you have variety of skills.. whether you can make anything out of them is really up to you.. i'm thinking, the easiest way for you would be to hook up with other englishmen and work it that way.. good luck
OP krakuskabanos 4 | 43
20 May 2010  #5
@plk123: yeah, i just have to push myself - hopefully achieve fluency after 5 years. thanks for the suggestion, really appreciate it =)
Marek11111 9 | 816
21 May 2010  #6
manufacturing jobs will be in demand as world will be in war so bullets and bombs will be in demand
also if you can learn Chinese there will be demand for interrogators
SouthMancPolak - | 104
21 May 2010  #7
what do you think would be the sort of jobs that would be in demand, five years from now, in the trojmiasto area?

Clue: shipbuilding won't be one of them ;)

also if you can learn Chinese there will be demand for interrogators

tbh he would be far better off learning Mandarin rather than Polish, future wars or not ;)

manufacturing jobs will be in demand as world will be in war

I still haven't forgotten the skills I learned in the textile industry, so combined with what I'm doing now, I am pretty much guaranteed work during the next war, haha :)
Marek11111 9 | 816
21 May 2010  #8
I still haven't forgotten the skills I learned in the textile industry, so combined with what I'm doing now, I am pretty much guaranteed work during the next war, haha :)

yes if you old enough but if not then you might end on Russian front


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