‚Polish market needs maladjusted’

05Wrz10

Under the headline Poland needs more workers Polish Market Online reported that:

Two-third of Polish companies have problems with finding employees, research carried out by „Puls Biznesu” daily shows.

Despite the economic slowdown and high unemployment rate, employers cannot find labour force. 61% of surveyed companies have problems with acquiring employees and only 16% said this problem was alleviated during the crisis. 9% of companies observe the problem is becoming more serious. The newspaper points out that employers’ problems with finding suitable workers are caused by the maladjustment of the educational system and market needs. Polish schools seem to continue to educate people who later are unable to find jobs.

Perhaps Polish Market Online needs a spot of adjustment of its own. Who will be the first reader to correctly spot all the mistakes in this piece, provide a good translation and provide a better headline?

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One Response to “‚Polish market needs maladjusted’”

  1. 1 Steve

    Sorry not to do what you ask, but a different version. Please find any faults in it and let me know.

    Polish companies do not train employees

    Two-thirds of Polish companies have problems finding employees, research carried out by the daily „Puls Biznesu” shows.

    Despite the economic slowdown and high unemployment rate, employers cannot find new workers. 61% of surveyed companies have problems recruiting employees and only 16% said this problem was alleviated during the ‚crisis’. 9% of companies consider the problem is becoming more serious. The newspaper suggests that employers’ problems with finding suitable workers are caused by the misalignment of the educational system and market needs.

    However, independent observers point out that Poland is considered to have one of the highest quality European educational systems, part-time studies by employees is high by European standards and that the Polish educational system’s balance between technical and academic education is still in the process of development in some richer European economies. Such observers therefore consider the primary problem is inflexibility in the labour market, with employers having unreal expectations that the State will give them employees completely adjusted to their individual needs. Although much political effort is expended on considering what government should do with the educational system, this can only ever have a marginal effect while political commentators such as ‚Puls Biznesu’ continue to regurgitate uninformed clichés that fail to address the real problem – companies need to train workers to meet their needs. Until they do this, Polish schools will continue to have a youth unemployment ratio only slightly better than the European average. That’s pretty good though, isn’t it?


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