Do you dream of living by the sea? You are not the only one! Many young families with children see their future here. They are tempted by the vision of weekend walks on the beach and bike trips through Kashubian forests, clean air and countless attractions that Pomerania offers. However, apart from the attractive location, the cost of living in our region is of great importance when deciding to move here.
Would you like to live in an apartment in one of the newly built housing development? Or maybe a minimalistic studio in Gdynia, a hop away from the sea will make you happy as a clam at high tide? Wondering what will be the safest area for your family to live in? Which districts are the most popular and best rated by their residents? Perhaps you’ve been planning to move to Poland but are not sure which documents are required to sign a contract? If your answer is “yes” to at least one of these questions, read our article about flats in Ticity.
The program of your studies hasn’t been enough and you’re not satisfied with the knowledge you’ve gained in some specific areas? You want to meet interesting people while acquiring new skills, and gaining experience which will allow you to stand out in a competitive job market? Or maybe all you need is support and advice? Let’s take a closer look at a few chosen ones from a long list of students’ societies, organizations, and associations in Tricity and the Pomeranian Voivodeship.
Regardless of whether you are visiting or living in the region, it is very important for you to know the right emergency numbers. Knowing these numbers could mean the difference between life and death in some cases. The good news is that almost all emergency lines have English speakers Here are the numbers for Pomerania.
Pomeranian universities and colleges are mainly located in Tricity. It has very promising prospects of further development and is attractive in terms of employment opportunities in the future while maintaining one of the lowest rates of unemployment in the whole country.
The healthcare system in Poland is based on a public health insurance system which is represented by the National Health Fund (NFZ) and on the private healthcare benefits offered by the employer. The employer registers the new employee with the Social Insurance Institution (ZUS) and pays for all necessary costs, for health and social insurances.
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected … well.. everything! Including the job market which has gone through significant changes in the last few months. Even though sectors such as tourism, gastronomy or hotel industry as well as other service have seen a decline, most businesses are operating as before. However, employers are being cautious and adapting their remote working policies. To ensure that business growth does not slow down, almost all companies have moved to 100% online recruitment.
“Sea of new technologies. Pomorskie 2020” is a startup guide for the Pomeranian business ecosystem and a compendium of knowledge about the business environment, local initiatives and events supporting the budding innovator. The report is presenting examples of startups that function perfectly on the regional market and show the innovation and creativity of their founders.
Is the IT industry for women? Are women working in IT in Pomerania satisfied with the choice of their profession? What opportunities does the Pomeranian job market offer for women who want to develop in the IT industry? These and other questions are answered by the report acting as a guide for women who want to start their professional adventure in the IT industry, which was based on a study commissioned by the Office of the Marshal of the Pomeranian Voivodeship by the Antal company.