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You land in a foreign country, in a completely different culture, you do not know the local language and customs. You feel disappointed, lonely and alienated. You have no idea who can help you to find a job, what procedures are to get work permit and what to do the next. You have no money to return home.
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How much I can earn in Poland?
|From||to and more (€)|
|Civil Construction machine Operator||500||900|
|Sales Assistant – Cashier||400||700|
|IT network Engineer||900||2.200|
|IT software developer Engineer||1.000||3.000|
Will my salary will be the same as European citizen?
What documents I must have if I want to work in Poland?
- Original diploma of secondary school with Apostil
- Original diploma High School/ University with Apostil
- Original ITI/Vocational diploma (s) with Apostil
- “Fresh” original medical certificate (issued not earlier than 1,5 month before arrival)
- Original Certificate of Criminal Record (issued not earlier than 1,5 month before arrival) with Apostil
- All transcripts from secondary school, High School, University
- Foreign languages certificates
- Original reference letters
Will I be able to bring my family to Europe when I’ll work there?
How much cost living in Poland?
|Milk (regular), (1 liter)||2.37 PLN||2-3 PLN|
|Loaf of Fresh White Bread (500g)||2.72 PLN||2-3 PLN|
|Rice (white), (1kg)||3.17 PLN||2-5 PLN|
|Eggs (12)||7.08 PLN||4.80-8.40 PLN|
|Local Cheese (1kg)||21.87 PLN||18-30 PLN|
|Chicken Breasts (Boneless, Skinless), (1kg)||15 PLN||13-18 PLN|
|Beef Round (1kg) (or Equivalent Back Leg Red Meat)||31 PLN||22-40 PLN|
|Apples (1kg)||3 PLN||2-4 PLN|
|Banana (1kg)||4.28 PLN||3.50-5 PLN|
|Oranges (1kg)||4.50 PLN||4-6 PLN|
|Tomato (1kg)||5.16 PLN||4-8 PLN|
|Potato (1kg)||1.65 PLN||1-2.50 PLN|
|Onion (1kg)||2 PLN||1-3 PLN|
|Lettuce (1 head)||2.80 PLN||2-4 PLN|
|Water (1.5 liter bottle)||1.79 PLN||1.50-3 PLN|
|Bottle of Wine (Mid-Range)||20 PLN||15-30 PLN|
|Domestic Beer (0.5 liter bottle)||2.99 PLN||2.50-4.00 PLN|
|Imported Beer (0.33 liter bottle)||4.00 PLN||3-6 PLN|
Cost of transport
|One-way Ticket (Local Transport)||3.40 PLN||3-4.40 PLN|
|Monthly Pass (Regular Price)||100 PLN||89-100 PLN|
|Taxi Start (Normal Tariff)||6.50 PLN||5-8 PLN|
|Taxi 1km (Normal Tariff)||2.40 PLN||2.00-2.80 PLN|
|Gasoline (1 liter)||4.60 PLN||4.30-5 PLN|
Cost of eating out in Poland
|Eating and drinking||Average cost||Range|
|Meal, Inexpensive Restaurant||20 PLN||15-30 PLN|
|Meal for 2 People, Mid-range Restaurant, Three-course||100 PLN||70-120 PLN|
|McMeal at McDonalds (or Equivalent Combo Meal)||17 PLN||15-20 PLN|
|Cappuccino (regular)||7.40 PLN||6-10 PLN|
|Domestic Beer (0.5 liter draught) in a pub||7 PLN||4-10 PLN|
Cost of going out and entertainment in Poland
|Concerts & music gigs||30 PLN||10-50 PLN|
|Cinema ticket||20 PLN||18-35 PLN|
|Theater ticket||70 PLN||50-200 PLN|
|Club entry||15 PLN||10-30 PLN|
Cost of accommodation in Poland
|City||Flat size||Average monthly rent|
|Bydgoszcz||0-38 m2||996 PLN|
|38-60 m2||1 267 PLN|
|60-90 m2||1 713 PLN|
|Gdansk||0-38 m2||1 353 PLN|
|38-60 m2||1 995 PLN|
|60-90 m2||2 590 PLN|
|Katowice||0-38 m2||1 279 PLN|
|38-60 m2||1 769 PLN|
|60-90 m2||2 399 PLN|
|Krakow||0-38 m2||1 445 PLN|
|38-60 m2||1 877 PLN|
|60-90 m2||2 585 PLN|
|Lublin||0-38 m2||1 306 PLN|
|38-60 m2||1 688 PLN|
|60-90 m2||2 205 PLN|
|Lodz||0-38 m2||1 203 PLN|
|38-60 m2||1 645 PLN|
|60-90 m2||2 581 PLN|
|Poznan||0-38 m2||1 159 PLN|
|38-60 m2||1 636 PLN|
|60-90 m2||2 201 PLN|
|Szczecin||0-38 m2||1 186 PLN|
|38-60 m2||1 552 PLN|
|60-90 m2||2 014 PLN|
|Warsaw||0-38 m2||1 984 PLN|
|38-60 m2||2 799 PLN|
|60-90 m2||4 015 PLN|
|Wroclaw||0-38 m2||1 477 PLN|
|38-60 m2||2 260 PLN|
|60-90 m2||2 921 PLN|
What is the climate in Poland?
What documents I must have if I want to work in Germany as a nurse?
- Original diploma (s) of nurse degree with Apostil
- All Mark Sheets of nursing studies with Apostil
- All transcripts of nursing studies with Apostil
- Valid Nursing Certificate of Registration with Apostil
- “Fresh” original medical certificate (issued not earlier than 1,5 month before arrival to Europe)
- Original Certificate of Criminal Record (issued not earlier than 1,5 month before arrival to Europe) with Apostil
- Foreign language certificates, if any
- Original reference letters
How much cost living in Germany?
What is the climate in Germany?
Germany’s climate is moderate and has generally no longer periods of cold or hot weather. Northwestern and coastal Germany have a maritime influenced climate which is characterized by warm summers and mild cloudy winters. Most areas on the country’s North Sea coast have midwinter temperatures about 1.5°C or even higher. Farther inland, the climate is continental, marked by greater seasonal variations in temperature, with warmer summers and colder winters. Temperature extremes between night and day and summer and winter are considerably less in the north than in the south. During January, the coldest month, the average temperature is about 1.5°C in the north and about -2°C in the south. In July, the warmest month, it is cooler in the north than in the south. The northern coastal region has July temperatures averaging between 16°C and 18°C; at some locations in the south, the average is almost 20°C or even slightly higher. In addition to the maritime and continental climates that predominate over most of the country, the Alpine regions in the extreme south and, to a lesser degree, some areas of the Central German Uplands have a so-called mountain climate. This climate is characterized by lower temperatures because of higher altitudes and greater precipitation caused by air becoming moisture-laden as it lifts over higher terrain. An occasional condition in the Alps is called “föhn”, or warm wind. In this atmospheric condition, warm tropical air is drawn across the Alps and loses moisture on the southern slopes of the mountains. Sometimes this winds can be as strong as gales, and can cause damage, especially in late autumn and winter. Especially in fall and winter strong atlantic low-pressure systems can bring gales and uncomfortable weather with showers, thunderstorms and heavy rain, especially in the western coastal parts and the mountainous regions of Germany; in summer times weaker low pressure systems can cause showery weather, and sometimes even (severe) thunderstorms. winters in Germany are generally mild, but can sometimes be harsh with heavy snowfall and temperatures far below zero, especially in the eastern, southern and mountainous regions. Required clothing: Lightweights with rainwear for summer, waterproof Medium- to Heavyweights for winter. A sweater is necessary almost any time of year. Koeppen-Geiger classification: The climate of Germany can be classified as Cfb Climate; a warm temperated humid climate with the warmest month lower than 22°C over average and four or more months above 10°C over average.