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The report "Talent pool in Warsaw" developed at the initiative of the Capital City of Warsaw will be a tool allowing to shape investment plans of entrepreneurs. Their decisions affect the level of attractiveness of the labour market and the pace of economic development.The study was attended by foreigners living and working in Warsaw, students from outside Warsaw and from abroad, and employers.


Warsaw is an extremely dynamic business centre and an undisputed regional leader in terms of economic development and the maturity of the office market. The capital city has a modern and environmentally friendly public transport, a developed bicycle network and greenery available at every turn. Nearly 40% of the capital area are green areas, parks, gardens and forests, including unique on the European scale natural areas along the Vistula – a wild river crossing the city and constituting a natural enclave of leisure. 
Rafał Trzaskowski, Mayor of the city of Warsaw

Content

WARSAW – AN OPEN AND FRIENDLY CITY

TALENT POOL AS A STRONG POINT OF WARSAW

PART I: Talent pool and the needs of companies and institutions on the Warsaw market

  • Development of the talent pool in Warsaw
  • Characteristic features of the talent pool
  • Needs and plans of employers on the Warsaw labour market

PART II: Characteristics of the academic talent pool

  • Potential of the academic talent pool
  • Professional experience of Warsaw students
  • Evaluation of the educational offer in the context of plans of professional development
  • Professional plans and the place of residence
  • Warsaw in the eyes of students from other Polish cities
  • Warsaw in the eyes of foreign students

PART III: Characteristics of foreigners working in Warsaw

  • The origin of foreigners living in Warsaw
  • Key factors influencing the choice of Warsaw by foreigners
  • Characteristics of employment
  • Professional plans
  • Expectations towards Warsaw versus reality
  • Barriers and formal problems on the way to adaptation
  • Evaluation of the quality of life in Warsaw
  • Evaluation of the local labour market
  • Expectations towards the local government

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