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Lanti 


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Posted: 2010-11-08, 21:42   Work in Poland

How easy to get a job in Poland only with a High School degree (without diploma)? Without any profession?

And how easy to get a job for an abroad guy? :)

What is the average salary in this education level in Poland?
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Posted: 2010-11-08, 23:13   

 
     
Maniek 
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Posted: 2010-11-08, 23:13   

Only with high school and without profession you have nothing. Diplom is desirable.

I work in museum in the worst place and I have 1050 zł "for hand", my brother are warehouseman and he have 1600-2000 zł, my friend are tram driver and he have max 2000 zł.

If you have health to work, then you can work in building, I do not know how much they earn, but not bad. You can work in magazine like my brother.

But many people, who aren't diplom, profession or health have the worst job (like me). They ear 700 - 1000 zł. For example: workers in worst place in factory, janitors, seller...

Job for an abroad guy ? I think if you speak polish, then you have chance like polish people. With english you are nothing.

If you have diplom then you can speak english and you have good work if you are desirable. Remember that in Poland we have many people with diplom, and he speak in polish. Then if you want work with english language, then you must be better than them.
 
     
Lanti 


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Posted: 2010-11-09, 07:55   

And what is the situation if someone have very good Hungarian skills? Maybe in native level? :) Is it possible to get a translator or call center job in a Polish company with a middle English, very good Polish, and native Hungarian skills?

That's why so important the Polish-Hungarian economy connects. :D
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Posted: 2010-11-09, 08:53   

1050 Zlotyi(1 PLN is about 60-70 HUF)= maybe 75-80 000 HUF,what is about our minimal wage:-(

When i work like "student-worker" for a month(mean minimum 20 workday for me) i can earn about 60 000 HUF,what is about 8-900 polish Zlotyi.

1 Kg bread in Hungary is about 300 HUF=4-5 Zloty.
How many in Poland?
Im really curious,because you know,Hungary is a farming country,we have a lot of good fields and lands to raising grain,and i think,our bread is too expensive...
 
     
Maniek 
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Posted: 2010-11-09, 10:16   

I you very good speak polish, and hungarian is your native language I think you can be translator. I think it shows great promise.

Minimal wage - I think this is minimal wage: 1317 zł brutto - 1050 zł "for hand".

"Student-worker" can work in supermarket. Then yes, you can earn 800-900 zł. You can work in McDonald, but I don't know for how money.

For 1 kg bread I pay 2,6 zł. Every year, a 20 groszy (0,2 zł) more expensive.
 
     
Lanti 


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Posted: 2010-11-09, 18:36   

Other question:
What is that region in Poland, where is the most easiest to get a job?
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Posted: 2010-11-09, 19:48   

West Poland and big cities. For example Gdańsk, Poznań, Wrocław, Warszawa.

Regarding salary, I think you can earn ~ 1000-3000 zł as translator. The point is you need to fluently speak at least English. Some certificate would be nice.
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Lanti 


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Posted: 2010-11-28, 15:19   

As You (especially Maniek) know I search a many-many way how to get a job in Poland and work a half or a year.

Other Idea: :)
How much get a wedding photographer in Poland?
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Posted: 2010-11-28, 22:23   

Üdv Mindenki.

Új vagyok errefelé, de lenne pár kérdésem Lengyelországot ismerő emberekhez.

Épp pályázok egy Wroclaw-i állást, és most jön az a rész, hogy a képességi teszt megvolt, s most jön az,

hogy meg kell alkudjak velük a bérben. Azt hallomásból tudom, hogy az élet nagyjából az itthonihoz

hasonló (bár ebben is lehet szükséges a kiigazítás), de a fő kérdésem az lenne, hogy mennyibe állna egy

kisebb albérlet (1 főre, mondjuk 2 szobával), nem annyira belvárosi részen, hosszú távra (1-3 év) havi

szinten rezsivel? Azért lenne ez fontos, mert ezt bele kell számolnom a bérbe, amit kérek. Csütörtökön

lesz amúgy ez a megbeszélésem.

Az indulás márciusra van időzítve, addigra kéne valamit felhajtsak.

A másik kérdésem, hogy merre indúljak el azügyben, hogy találjak addigra albérletet? Ebben annyika

nehézségem lesz, hogy első kiutazásom alkalmával erre már szükségem lenne.

Üdv

András

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Hi All,

I'm brand new here and I have some questions for member's whose know Poland.

I compete for a job in Wroclaw and now I'm after the technical interview and the next will be the wage

interview. As I know the social life is the same as here in Hungary (or not), but I have to know how much

is a sublet there with overhead charges, not really in the center of the city. I need this for long time (1-3 three years). I must say something wage offer on this Thursday at this interview.

I would like to move there on next Marc.

The seconds question: where/how can I find sublet for this time?

Thanks for the help.

András
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Maniek 
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Posted: 2010-11-28, 23:51   

I think cost is 700-1000 zł/months
 
     
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Posted: 2010-11-29, 10:33   

700-1000 with the overhead?
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Maniek 
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Posted: 2010-11-29, 11:01   

In the case of an apartment with one room, 700 - 1000 zł is cost only for rent. Separately cost water, gas... + 1000 zł deposit to start.


It is true that I was versed in the homes of ŁódĽ, but I think it is the same in Wrocław.
 
     
fazekassa 
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Posted: 2010-11-29, 11:40   

I found these:

http://wroclaw.gumtree.pl...AdIdZ245254246#

http://wroclaw.gumtree.pl...AdIdZ245169373#

http://wroclaw.gumtree.pl...QAdIdZ245101618

http://wroclaw.gumtree.pl...AdIdZ244945279#

But I can't understand the details text :-/
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Maniek 
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Posted: 2010-11-29, 12:47   

In first link, they are looking for a roommate. In thiss apartment lived a few people, in room for rent living one student. Cost 420 zł (rent) + bills.


In second link is room for 2 people. Cost for one (!) people - 500 zł (with all bills !). In another room living 2 people. Deposit for start 625 zł (for one person).

In third link they looking for roommate (woman). Cost 500 zł rent + bills + deposit to start.

In the last link they have room for 2 people. Cost for one person - 500 zł + 25 zł internet.
 
     
fazekassa 
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Posted: 2010-11-29, 14:35   

So as I see I have to looking for some other room.
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