Graduate jobs in Poland

Right now we have 639 available PL graduate job positions from popular employers like Amazon Operations, Bombardier Transportation, Cisco Systems, AkzoNobel & 3M. The different graduate jobs are spread across many cities in Poland including Warsaw, Wroclaw, Katowice, Szczecin & Wrocław.

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A graduate job refers to a full-time, entry-level position that requires the applicant to have a degree from a college, university or a business school in order to obtain the occupation. Often, applicants that are close to completing their academic qualifications will also be considered for these positions. Graduate listings are offered by companies of all shapes and sizes and form one of the most common and most sought after forms of employment today. See which job we currently have online in Poland.

Salary and benefits designate further fluctuating elements of graduate jobs and are once more determined by the individual employer or country of occupation. A salary refers to a fixed regular payment made by an employer to an employee, while benefits refer to indirect or non-financial compensations offered. Both the salary presented and the benefits received should be more competitive in a graduate position than a student job, graduate programme and/or an internship.

Tip: Get started on the application process for your graduate job by updating your CV and writing a cover letter that is tailored to the job description.

Working and living in Poland

Poland sports a diversified economy that has developed significantly over the last couple of years and offers a number of graduate job opportunities for students and recent graduates.

With nearly 40 million citizens, Poland is also one of the most populated countries in Europe. Around 500 universities are located across the nation. Polish companies are increasingly faced with a shortage of skilled workers and are trying to attract talent from universities. Thus, there are numerous options for students & graduates on the hunt for graduate jobs.

It should be noted that - even when the working environment is English - knowledge of the Polish language makes the daily routines a lot easier.


Tip: Be aware that the requirements for job applications in Poland may be different from what you are used to. Check the points where you can adapt your CV, cover letter, and communication with employers to local standards.


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