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Dynamic changes are clearly observed in the Polish labour market for the last years. To develop its economy, Poland needs foreign employees, which creates quite favourable conditions for immigrants in the labour market. According to research commissioned by the Polish Ministry of Family, Labour, and Social Policy in 2019, the labour market lacks the following employees.

Thus, below is a list of the top 10 professions in Poland:

1. Qualified blue-collar employees

There are many vacancies related to manual labour in Poland, yet local residents are not eager to fill in such positions. Among immigrants, this segment remains the most popular. Freight movers, unskilled workers, cooks, and caregivers receive a quite decent salary. In construction, there is an acute shortage of concrete layers, steel fixers, tile layers, engineering structure installers, bricklayers, and plasterers, operators, and mechanics of excavation equipment, finishing works specialists. In the industrial field, one may be sure to find a job as a machine operator, welding operator, tailor or clothing sewing specialist, woodwork specialist, locksmith, electrician, electrical engineer, and electric fitter.

Poland also needs workers in the field of agriculture. Farmers from provinces are steadily inviting foreigners for seasonal works

2. Employees in the field of trade

The Polish labour market needs trade specialists in various fields. Companies dealing in the sale of medicines, electronic equipment, food, cosmetics, construction materials, tours, and real estate need sales agents, salespersons, and brand representatives. There are also many vacancies available in Polish network supermarkets.

3. Drivers

There are many jobs available for drivers. However, to get one of such jobs, a candidate will have to purchase a license, which is rather expensive. There is a significant shortage of drivers of buses and trucks with an elevating capacity of over 3.5 tonnes.

4. Technicians, storekeepers

Polish plants and factories experience a shortage of both workers and managers. They need product engineers, managers of workshops, laboratories, and warehouses. The storekeeper is one of the most needed professions in the Polish labour market. The Polish consider a salary at Polish enterprises too low, therefore factory HR departments are forced to hire foreigners.

5. Engineers

An engineer is one of the most needed occupations in the world. In Poland, a qualified engineer is guaranteed to find a job. Engineers in the field of electrical installations, mechanics, and construction are especially needed. Many companies are ready to hire as managers foreigners who have a degree in engineering, extensive experience, and know Polish. Polish science flourishes and the government invests huge amounts of money in researches. Biologists, genetic engineers, pharmacists, engineers in the chemical and food industry, may count on finding a job in Poland.

6. IT specialists

A lack of qualified IT specialists characterizes all Western states. The Polish labour market badly needs competent programmers, mobile app, and desktop software, developers. The programmer is obviously one of the leading professions in 2019. IT industry is constantly looking for qualified specialists, and there are no signs indicating any changes in the nearest future.

7. Accountants, economists

There are many vacancies for candidates in the Polish financial and economic sectors. However, the Polish say there is an abundant number of economists in the country. It is not difficult to get a job at a Polish company, but one will have to make efforts to do it. Requirements include work experience and knowledge of Polish.

8. Human resources staff

Poland needs a workforce, and recruiting companies in this country need HR specialists. Many agencies are looking for recruiters, HR specialists, and staff managers. Employees must possess extensive knowledge not just in human resources management, but also in the field of law, administration, and training.

9. Food industry

Chefs, pastry chefs, cooks, and bakers will have no problem finding a job in Poland.

10. Logistics specialists, warehouse workers

Most vacancies offer jobs for managers and workload managers. There are also jobs for forwarding agents, delivery managers, and transport managers dealing with the distribution of vehicles for a particular group of goods.

11. Service industry

Due to the increased number of foreign employees in Poland, a new trend is emerging – services for foreigners. Qualified hairdressers and cosmeticians, physical therapists, and masseurs will have no problem finding a job in the service industry.

The documents required for a Visa interview will depend on the nation and type of Visa that you are applying to. The documents that are most commonly required are:

  • Original Passport with a minimum of 6 months of validity after arrival to the overseas nation
  • All expired Passports
  • 1 photograph both hard and digital copy as per the specification
  • The Visa application confirmation page stamped at the VAC
  • A valid receipt of Visa fee payment
  • Printout of appointment letter for the Visa interview

Supporting documents required for a Visa interview

The idea of supporting documents is to verify –

  • Legality
  • Validity
  • Illegal history, if any
  • Monetary affordability;
  • Intention to return to home country

 TRC & PR Visas: Poland  |  Permanent Residence Permit  |  Temporary Stay And Employment Permits  |  Residence Card  |  Temporary Stay Permits For Family Members Of A Foreigner Residing In Poland  |  Temporary Stay Of Family Members Of Citizens Of The Republic Of Poland  |  Temporary Stay Permit For Conducting Scientific Research  |  Temporary Stay Under Other Circumstances  |  Short-Term Stay  |  European Community (EC) Long-Term Residence Permit  |  Polish Citizenship  |  PESEL Number  |  Short Stay In Poland  |  Visa To Poland  |  Work Permits In Poland  |  Health Insurance  |  Polish Bank Account  |  Residence Card In Poland


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