Rush to school in the morning. Your baby spits up on your freshly ironed suit, your preschooler is hysterical when you comb his hair, your boss calls you in the middle of the chaos to ask about the project that apparently had to be ready for yesterday. And just when you get in the car, you realize that someone has left their school backpack on the table.
Lots of crying, yelling and tantrum throwing. Kids seem to be slower than snails on tranquilizers. Sounds familiar?
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Recently, every time I spend a day in Wrocław or Kraków I see groups of young foreign guys hanging out in the centre. You can hear Italian, Spanish, Portugese and other languages on the tram, at the malls and in department stores. Tourists? No way, they look like locals walking confidently with their branded shopping bags from Biedronka. Erasmus students? Not really, they look too old ( late twenties or early thirties) and far too sober. So what, have they all come here with their beautiful Polish girlfriends? Continue reading Jobs for foreigners in Poland with no Polish skills required
Would you expect a senior cardiologist to put a beach selfie on her CV? Or an experienced accountant to contact you from an e-mail address “witch26”? Well, such things occur even at senior level recruitment and while they bring funny stories for the recruiters, they can also severely affect the recruitment process. You wouldn’t like your beach selfie to prevent you from getting a top paid job, would you?
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