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A dream about working in Europe

How many of your friends have flown to Europe without serious plan? The only plan they had was to go to Europe and thought that job somehow will be found. Somehow…….They spent a lot of money. How many of them are in a trouble now? It is easy to arrange a visa and plane ticket. And what the next?


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.


Sounds familiar? Don’t repeat their mistake and don’t lose your money and time. Invest well and wisely your money! Money which you invest must give you a profit in near future. Good job. Better life.


Have you ever thought about how your life and career will be in 10 years? 10 years, a lot of time you think …. but time is running very fast. Start dreaming and start to implement a plan from today.

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How much I can earn in Poland?
Your salary depends on your qualifications, professional experience and knowledge of the Polish language. Your annual salary can increase because of overtimes and quarter or annual bonuses. You can also get some benefits. The average salary in May 2018 was PLN 3,700 net (€ 870) Minimum salary in 2018 is PLN 1.530 net (€ 360) Minimum salary approved by the government for 2019 – PLN 1.610 (€ 380) Below are examples of net remuneration: Poland still has national currency PLN (polish zloty). Salary net in Poland in 2018 in EUR (€)

From to and more (€)
Carpenter 450 1.000
Steel fixer 380 1.000
Plasterer 380 800
Forklift Operator 480 800
Excavator Operator 480 850
Civil Construction machine Operator 500 900
Plumber 500 1.000
Tiler 600 1.200
Storeman 500 950
Sales Assistant – Cashier 400 700
Civil Engineer 600 1.800
IT network Engineer 900 2.200
IT software developer Engineer 1.000 3.000
Will my salary will be the same as European citizen?
ALIMAR JOB operates in accordance with the National Labor Code and the principles of ethics. We do not divide employees by nationality, color, religion, etc. The only criteria we use to determine the rate of remuneration are the candidate’s qualifications and professional experience.
What documents I must have if I want to work in Poland?
Before arrival to Poland you should prepare following documents:

  1. Original diploma of secondary school with Apostil
  2. Original diploma High School/ University with Apostil
  3. Original ITI/Vocational diploma (s) with Apostil
  4. “Fresh” original medical certificate (issued not earlier than 1,5 month before arrival)
  5. Original Certificate of Criminal Record (issued not earlier than 1,5 month before arrival) with Apostil
  6. All transcripts from secondary school, High School, University
  7. Foreign languages certificates
  8. Original reference letters
Will I be able to bring my family to Europe when I’ll work there?
Family is the most important thing in our life. We understand your needs. Yes, your wife/husband and kids can join you when you get positive annual assessment of. We will support you to arrange full documents for the family visa. Moreover, your wife/husband can also find employment in our company
How much cost living in Poland?
Currency exchange rate on 17th June 2018                 € 1 = PLN 4.28 Cost of food

Product Average cost Range
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

Transportation Average cost Range
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

Activity Average cost Range
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

source: www.foreignersinpoland.com

What is the climate in Poland?
Poland’s climate can be described as a temperate climate with relatively cold winters and warm summers, which is greatly influenced by oceanic air currents from the west, cold polar air from Scandinavia and Russia, as well as warmer, sub-tropical air from the south. In winter, polar-continental fronts often dominate, bringing cold, frosty weather with temperatures far below zero an sometimes heavy snowfall. The late summer and autumn months are often influenced by dry, sub-tropical, continental air mass that bring plenty of warm days. The average air temperatures amount to 6 – 8.5°C for a year, the annual rainfall is 500 – 700 mm, of which snow constitutes only 5 – 20%. The greatest amount of sunshine in summer is to be found on the Baltic coast, whilst in winter in the Carpathian Mountains. In the mountains, at any time of year, the climate is dependent on the altitude. In Warsaw, temperatures range from between 20 to 25°C during the summer months and O to -5°C in winter. Required clothing: Lightweights in summer months, with a sweater for walking and the cooler evenings. Medium- to heavyweights are advised in winter. Waterproofing is neccesary throughout the year. Koeppen-Geiger classification: there are two different climate zones in Poland; The southern parts have a 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. The mountainous regions in the east and southeast have a Dfb Climate, a humid Snow Climate with the warmest month below 22°C and more than four months above 10°C over average. source: www.weatheronline.co.uk

What documents I must have if I want to work in Germany as a nurse?
Before arrival you should prepare following documents:

  1. Original diploma (s) of nurse degree with Apostil
  2. All Mark Sheets of nursing studies with Apostil
  3. All transcripts of nursing studies with Apostil
  4. Valid Nursing Certificate of Registration with Apostil
  5. “Fresh” original medical certificate (issued not earlier than 1,5 month before arrival to Europe)
  6. Original Certificate of Criminal Record (issued not earlier than 1,5 month before arrival to Europe) with Apostil
  7. Foreign language certificates, if any
  8. Original reference letters

How much cost living in Germany?
Source: https://www.expatistan.com/cost-of-living/country/germany



Basic lunchtime menu (including a drink) in the business district 11
Combo meal in fast food restaurant (Big Mac Meal or similar) 7
500 gr (1 lb.) of boneless chicken breast 3.84
1 liter (1 qt.) of whole fat milk 0.97
12 eggs, large 3.00
1 kg (2 lb.) of tomatoes 2,55
500 gr (16 oz.) of local cheese 4,93
1 kg (2 lb.) of apples 2,35
1 kg (2 lb.) of potatoes 1,53
0.5 l (16 oz) domestic beer in the supermarket 0,97
1 bottle of red table wine, good quality 7
Bread for 2 people for 1 day 1,74
2 liters of Coca-Cola 1,25
Monthly rent for 85 m2 (900 Sqft) furnished accommodation in EXPENSIVE area 1.418
Monthly rent for 85 m2 (900 Sqft) furnished accommodation in NORMAL area 1.074
Utilities 1 month (heating, electricity, gas …) for 2 people in 85m2 flat 173
Monthly rent for a 45 m2 (480 Sqft) furnished studio in EXPENSIVE area 859
Monthly rent for a 45 m2 (480 Sqft) furnished studio in NORMAL area 632
Utilities 1 month (heating, electricity, gas …)  in 45 m2 (480 Sqft) studio 117
Internet 8 Mbps (1 month) 24
40” flat screen TV 367
Microwave 800/900 Watt (Bosch, Panasonic, LG, Sharp, or equivalent brands) 83
Laundry detergent (3 l. ~ 100 oz.) 5,19
Hourly rate for cleaning help 13
1 pair of jeans (Levis 501 or similar) 84
1 summer dress in a High Street Store (Zara, H&M or similar retailers) 37
1 pair of sport shoes (Nike, Adidas, or equivalent brands) 84
1 pair of men’s leather business shoes 105
One-way ticket – local transport 2,70
Monthly ticket public transport 70
Taxi Start (Normal Tariff) 3,50
Taxi 1km (Normal Tariff) 2
Taxi 1hour Waiting (Normal Tariff) 30
Gasoline (1 liter) 1,34
Volkswagen Golf 1.4 TSI 150 CV (or equivalent), with no extras, new 20.015
Personal Care
Cold medicine for 6 days (Tylenol, Frenadol, Coldrex, or equivalent brands) 7
1 box of antibiotics (12 doses) 9
Short visit to private Doctor (15 minutes) 59
1 box of 32 tampons (Tampax, OB, …) 3,5
Deodorant, roll-on (50ml ~ 1.5 oz.) 2
Hair shampoo 2-in-1 (400 ml ~ 12 oz.) 2
4 rolls of toilet paper 1,36
Tube of toothpaste 1,42
Standard men’s haircut 20
Basic dinner out for two in neighborhood pub 32
2 tickets to the movies 21
2 tickets to the theater (best available seats) 114
Dinner for two at an Italian restaurant including appetisers, main course, wine and dessert 50
1 cocktail drink in downtown club 9
Cappuccino in expat area of the city 3,16
1 beer in neighbourhood pub (500ml or 1pt.) 3,51
iPad Wi-Fi 128GB 458
1 min. of prepaid mobile tariff (no discounts or plans) 0,16
1 month of gym membership in business district 43
1 package of Marlboro cigarettes 6

What is the climate in Germany?
Source: https://www.weatheronline.co.uk/reports/climate/Germany.htm

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.