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But you don't have the experience, nor the language skills. Education counts for nothing really - it's more about the experience and what you can do.
Wait... First of all I'm not looking for a Job as a chef, just an internship... And for sure being a chef without experience doesn't even make sense. Then depending on how it goes I would like to stay, that's why I asked how were job prospects in Poland in the Hospitality Area.
And education does count! Especially a degree, depending on what you do. But you say:
But a graduate of some food "university"? No way.
It is actually a degree and my school belongs to the administrative boards in the World Association for Hospitality and Tourism Education and Training. We have degrees in Hotel Management, Food Production, Tourism Management, etc. So it's not some crappy school that pretends it gives higher education to its students. I already told that my degree is not learning how to cook, but about Food and Beverage Management, HACCP control as well as Food Production Areas Planning and Installation.
If you had 10 years experience in high end kitchens - then maybe.
What? Then maybe?
Sorry, but I find that extremely unlikely, if we were talking about France I would believe in you, but Poland doesn't even have a Michelin starred restaurant and you tell me that only chefs from high end kitchens can get a job as a cook in Poland?!? Please...
Maybe I didn't explain myself correctly...
I want to find an internship in Poland... do you think it's easy enough or not? And besides that, how is the job market in Poland? Is it difficult do get a job? As I know there is a crisis going on in all over the world and I would like to know how it is affecting Poland.