Lech Walesa, who was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1983 as the former president of Poland and the leader of the Solidarnosc, the first independent workers’ organization in the communist era in the country, is looking for a job on the internet.
Walesa stated that he was looking for a job in an advertisement he gave on a website specific to job seekers over the age of 50.
Speaking of him in his announcement as “experienced leader, great speaker, Nobel Peace Prize winner, President of Poland from 1990-1995”, Walesa noted that he could provide leadership training in companies and attend incentive meetings.
Stating that he can come together with guests at family gatherings, take pictures and sign signatures in the advertisement, Walesa said, “I met with heads of state, kings and the Pope. I can gladly convey my knowledge and experience of Polish companies and Polish companies around the world to build the real value of the Polish economy. I can participate in promotions “he said.
Walesa stated that he wanted a minimum of 20 thousand zloty (about 5 thousand dollars) for a daily 1-2 hour meeting, and stated that he was open to bargaining.
In his previous statements, Walesa noted that the meetings in various countries of the world, where he will be attending as a speaker, were canceled due to the corona virus (Covid-19) epidemic and had financially difficult times.
The former president of Poland, who won a Nobel prize, stated that his pension is 6 thousand zlotys, while his wife spends 7 thousand zloty per month.
Stating that he has a large family of 7 children and many grandchildren in total, Walesa stated that he had to support them.