Immigrate to Poland

Immigrate to Poland

Poland is situated in the centre of Europe and borders on many developed countries of the European Union. It has access to the Baltic Sea which provides exclusive opportunities for economic development. Overall, there are 16 provinces in Poland and the biggest cities are Warsaw (the capital), Krakow, Wroclaw, Poznan, and Lublin.

Poland is one of the most homogenous countries in Europe and in the world. The population comprises mainly Poles and expatriates coming from Eastern countries, Spain, the UK, Germany, Sweden, Turkey, and many others.

Polish is an official language spoken by the native population throughout the country. Given that there are pretty many immigrants and expatriates coming to this country each year, other languages such as English and Russian are also widely spoken there. Check a YouTube channel dedicated to learning Polish for English-speaking people.

Compared to the USA, the UK, Germany, Australia, and Nordic countries, Poland has a relatively lower cost of living. Expats do not spend much money on food, entertainment, and transport because everything is pretty cheap.

A meal may cost only €5 with €2 for a cup of cappuccino. Yet the rent is not that cheap — approximately €500 monthly for a 1-bedroom apartment in the capital and around €400 in such cities as Krakow. The average salary is €830. However the cost of living and average salary rates for foreigners may vary across the country.

Poland has robust growth in its economy with constantly rising GDP. There is a variety of job opportunities in this country. At the moment,car-manufacturing, coal mining, agriculture, textile, and food-processing industries are the most popular among immigrants. The expats usually find jobs in finance, tourism, education, information technology, managerial and business services sectors.

In 2018, the unemployment rate in Poland was slightly higher than 4%, which is comparatively lower than 20% in Spain, for instance. The Polish economy is the fastest growing in Europe nowadays.

Expats usually get higher than average salaries. For instance, IT professionals might earn €1200 per month and engineers get about €1500 salary. Given that the cost of living is not very high in Poland, there is a great possibility to save money for expats.

Poland, you can enjoy. Poland is characterized by a well-developed and affordable rail network with trains connecting major and smaller cities and a comprehensive public transport system throughout the country.

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