Polish speed dating
If you are not married it is a great place to find a spouse. It is the same as all over the world, except things move at a slower pace. If you send someone and e-mail do not expect it to be returned right away.
Even me, I am lazy about this but in the USA I would not do this.
It is a micro climate where moisture from the Atalanta meets cold weather from the north and it is mostly damp, cloudy and cool. You always have more primitive people who are negative and angry about life, but in my experience people are very nice in Poland.
I would say only one in five days are really sunny at best. If someone is upset at life they will be upset at the world. While in America, I think people are more friendly, at least on a superficial level. However, at a higher level, the people in charge are very responsible and want to improve the system.
That is the reality because Poland had the war and communism. Further, Poles get around the system a lot so what they report might not be the reality. It will take until about 2025 until Poland is on par with the West in terms of worker. If you are marriage in Poland you wife will stand by your side and be very loyal.
But in terms of managers and business owners, except for the extremes it is already there, actually higher as reported in the Economist magzine. She will not care about money and it would be considered gouache to focus on such things.
Yes, in the States we have more Playstation, but so what.But in the end if you argue you will get it, because that is the law. Going on a decade of living here and I do not need a car. Every small town as a good bus or rail connection and every city has trams and buses.It is very easy to get around Europe without a car. Polish people complain about Polish roads but there is less traffic here.Working at job is harder you need to have concrete skills.If you are an entrepreneur or a manager you will be richer than your counterparts in London or New York if you factor in the Polish standard of living and lifestyle.
What I mean is there are just as many things in Poland as in the USA to buy and consume, however, the culture here is people would rather spend their time in a park reading a book than a mall.