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published: 27 Oct 2017 in News

Careers in Poland 2017/18 is here!

Ewelina Nurczyk
Ewelina Nurczyk

Editor

With the arrival of autumn we always present you with the newest issue of the Careers in Poland magazine. This time it is no different; the fourth edition of our guidebook is here to help you out with all doubts and concerns related to your relocation to Poland!

Where to find it?

You will be lucky enough to get your very own copy of the Careers in Poland guidebook if you happen to visit one of the places:

  • career advice centre at your university almost anywhere across Europe,
  • job fair events across Poland,
  • student association points across Poland,
  • online in PDF, here:

What's inside?

As you might remember, in the last year's edition we focused on the IT sector flourishing in the very heart of Central Europe, in Poland. This time we want to stress the advancement that has occurred over the last few years in Polish business centres in general, evolving from outsourcing processes into more elaborate mechanisms. Now the abundance of knowledge-based organisations already operating in Poland or eyeing this perspective is truly overwhelming. Our goal was to draw your attention to diverse possibilities awaiting foreigners willing to gain professional experience in international business centres all over Poland. Read the articles in the Advanced Business Processes section in our magazine to find out more.

Multilingual employees are as usual of special interest to us and we try to point native and fluent speakers of foreign languages in the direction of jobs and other opportunities awaiting them in this welcoming country. This is why we include tips on daily life in Poland, basic legal advice (section First steps) and provide company and city presentations.

If you are still considering the relocation and not sure about whether it is work the risk, browse through the pages in the Choose Poland segment of the guidebook to learn general information about Polish culture and get basic information about the country.

Whether you are an exchange student, a tourist backpacking across Europe or a professional looking for new challenges, we hope you will find our magazine useful and come back for more – either in the next issue of our guidebook or stay with us online, as we post regular updates about your topics of interest!

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