Living in Poland

Before you arrive: ways to learn Polish on your own

Before you arrive: ways to learn Polish on your own

Author: Ewelina Nurczyk, Publication date: 16 Nov 2015    0 Comments

How to quickly and painlessly acquire a basic knowledge of Polish? We take a look at some ways of learning it on your own and share the impressive video of Chinese students singing in Polish. Read more

The cost of living: Warsaw is one of the cheapest cities for expatriates

The cost of living: Warsaw is one of the cheapest cities for expatriates

Author: Careers in Poland, Publication date: 26 Jun 2015    0 Comments

Mercer’s 21st annual Cost of Living Survey finds African, Asian, and European cities dominating the list of most expensive locations for employees working abroad. Read more

Krakow, Warsaw or Lodz? Find the best Polish city to work

Krakow, Warsaw or Lodz? Find the best Polish city to work

Author: Jakub Jański, Publication date: 11 Jun 2015    0 Comments

Transitioning to a new job another country is never easy. You have to adjust to a new role and performance standards, build a relationship with coworkers and acclimate to a new company culture. Read more

Easter customs in Poland

Easter customs in Poland

Author: Careers in Poland, Publication date: 01 Apr 2015    0 Comments

Easter is a moveable feast and the most important one in Catholic calendar. In Poland, which is officially a Catholic country, Great Sunday and Monday the next day are public holidays. On the days like Great Friday or Great Saturday majority has free or works shorter hours so it might be difficult to do anything. This is time devoted to family and cultivating beautiful traditions. Read more

Public transport

Public transport

Author: Careers in Poland, Publication date: 14 Mar 2015    0 Comments

Find out what means of transport you can use here on daily basis in Poland. Buses are by far the most popular in Polish cities, as they take you to any spot of a Polish city or town. Read more

Fat Thursday - doughnut spree

Fat Thursday - doughnut spree

Author: Careers in Poland, Publication date: 12 Feb 2015    0 Comments

Mardi Gras, Pancake Tuesday, Fastelavn or Maslenica. Every culture has its own celebrations before the Lent begins. Read more

Mobile operators

Mobile operators

Author: Careers in Poland, Publication date: 03 Nov 2014    0 Comments

On the Polish market you have many opportunities to use a mobile phone. There are four major network operators: Orange, T-Mobile, Play and Plus as well as many other companies offering their services in the pre-paid system. Read more

Prices and shopping

Prices and shopping

Author: Careers in Poland, Publication date: 03 Nov 2014    0 Comments

Although Poland is a member of the European Union for over 10 years, it didn't yet join the Eurozone. For this reason after or before arriving to Poland you should exchange your money to Polish basic currency unit. Read more

 

Newest articles

Having a roof over your head is a must after relocating to Poland. Learn how to rent a flat safely and read about average renting prices in Poland. Read more

Let’s start with numbers. According to the recently published data of Eurostat (European Statistical Office), almost 25 million people, including a considerable number of young people, do not have a job in Europe. Most of them are citizens of such countries as: Spain, Greece, Italy and Croatia... Read more

Before taking a job in Poland it would be worth to know what forms of employment can be offered to you and with what benefits and obligations they are bound up. Read more