Though there were times when many young Polish would leave the country to find employment elsewhere, times are clearly changing for this European country. Poland is home to 39 million people and many of them choose to stay for all the great things that can be found within its borders.
According to The Telegraph, Warsaw was one of the most improved cities in the world in 2016. Unemployment numbers used to be sky high but have dropped dramatically over the past decade and are currently even lower than they were before the financial crisis. Pollution is decreasing, the average wage is rising and the income per household is also increasing.
Polish love their beer and are one of the six largest beer consumers in the world; they drink about 99 liters a year. Having a beer together is part of Polish culture and builds a relationship of trust. But Poland is also the most religious country in Europe, with 86% of the people saying they’re religious.
Accommodation in Poland is generally cheap and the cost of living is low compared to a lot of other places in Europe. Health care and education meet European expectations, public transport is modern and well structured and most people have at least a functional grasp of English.