Find your dream job with Careers in Poland online guide

by Ewelina Nurczyk in: Working in Poland, 01 Mar 2016     0 Comments

Great news for anyone interested in working in Poland – you can now download and read the online version of our career guide ‘Careers in Poland’, which brings you one step closer to the Polish job market. What will you find inside?

Our editorial team has issued the second edition of the magazine, which answers many of the questions asked by foreigners considering relocation to Poland. Why choose this country? Should I commence my studies there? What is it like to work in the Business Services Sector in Poland? How do I get there?

From a detailed list of foreign languages sought by international companies in Poland to an expert analysis of diversity in the business sector in Poland - Careers in Poland is there to guide you step by step if you want to move to the heart of Europe. Necessary data and basic information will accompany you throughout the rest of your Polish journey and you will find it in the first part of the magazine - Choose Poland.

The Business Services Sector, which is one of the most dynamic branches of Polish economy, is the main focus of the next part of Careers in Poland. If you are still hesitating – read about professions of tomorrow but don’t forget to check out other paths for your future as well. Business analysis? IT? HR? – these and many other areas are described in detail to make you feel more than welcome to look for your dream job in Poland.

When your mind is made up, you can learn all about the everyday life and formal issues related to your move. After reading Your first steps in Poland, you will feel more secure than ever, knowing what to expect when renting a flat, opening a bank account or seeing a doctor. Don’t forget to check out how visas, work permits and other formalities work as well – it’s all inside the guide.

The last part of Careers in Poland is devoted to Company profiles and City presentations. The former gives you access to authentic information about big international organisations present in the Polish job market. Accompanied by interviews with specialists and managers, this part is an invaluable source of knowledge for anyone wishing to join the BPO/SSC sector.

Still wanting more? Why not take a closer look at Poland by paying extra attention to its beautiful cities? The major ones are present in our guide and you can easily get acquainted with Kraków, Łódź, Poznań and many others. Make yourself at home!

Careers in Poland guide is available for you right on this website by clicking the download button. If you prefer to get your hands on a printed copy, you will be able to find it at career fairs, events organised by student associations and career offices at universities throughout Europe.

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Ewelina Nurczyk

Ewelina Nurczyk

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Editor at CareersinPoland.com. A graduate of English studies and Polish language and literature at Warsaw University, specialising in teaching Polish to foreigners. 

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