Polish Younger Generation

Polish Entrepreneurship

Polish Entrepreneurship

The financial position of young people in Poland can serve as a reference for the economic situation in general. The way in which the younger adult generation deals with the cost of living displays not only the present situation, but also what the future entails. It shows whether they can earn enough to make ends meet, to put aside money for buying a house or investing in the future. Research confirms that the financial situation of young people in Poland is difficult. Despite the fact that around three-quarters of Poles aged 18 to 35 years are employed, only half of them have full-time jobs and as much as one-third is not able to sustain themselves. Each household spends PLN 2,120 a month, whilst their average income is PLN 2,699. This means that they only have a disposable income of PLN 579 (to spend on clothes, shoes, home appliances, hobbies or investing in the future) every month. The living conditions and qualifications of Poland’s young adults not only reflects the economic nous, entrepreneurship and competitiveness of Poles, but also their ability to attract new foreign partners.
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