Jobs in Poland – Living and Working

Jobs in Poland – Living and Working

Poland is a country located in Central Europe, with a population of 38 million and is the 7th largest country in the EU.

Poland has borders with 7 countries: Belarus, Czech Republic, Germany, Lithuania, Russian, Slovakia and Ukraine

The countries has a rich history, has excellent food, historic cities and lovely scenery – mountains, lakes and the sea.

Jobs in Poland

There are many large corporations located in Poland, it is the 6th largest economy within the EU and has experienced the highest economic growth of EU countries since joining the EU. There are many calls centres located throughout Poland, with its excellent infrastructure. It is also one of the safest countries within the EU and has relatively low living costs.

Finding accommodation in Poland

Please see the below link for accommodation for rent in the major cities in Poland https://www.gabinohome.com/en/rooms-rent-poland-c1p34.html

If you’re an EU citizen who is employed, self-employed or you’re on a business trip, you won’t need to apply for a work permit to work in Poland, you’re free to work in the country without restriction. However, non-EU citizens will need to secure an employment contract or show evidence of their business trip in order to apply for a work permit.

Cost of living in Poland

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    Jobs in Poland

    There are many large corporations located in Poland, it is the 6th largest economy within the EU and has experienced the highest economic growth of EU countries since joining the EU. There are many calls centres located throughout Poland, with its excellent infrastructure. It is also one of the safest countries within the EU and has relatively low living costs.

    Finding accommodation in Poland

    Please see the below link for accommodation for rent in the major cities in Poland https://www.gabinohome.com/en/rooms-rent-poland-c1p34.html

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    If you’re an EU citizen who is employed, self-employed or you’re on a business trip, you won’t need to apply for a work permit to work in Poland, you’re free to work in the country without restriction. However, non-EU citizens will need to secure an employment contract or show evidence of their business trip in order to apply for a work permit.

    Cost of living in Poland

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