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can english nurses work in turkey and teaching english in turkey
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1.       ekd
322 posts
 22 Aug 2006 Tue 01:25 am

hi everyone,

im currently training to be a nurse and would eventually like to work as a nurse abroad and seeing as i love turkey this is one countries that im considering for the future.

does anyone know if it is possible for english nurses to work in turkey? maybe in tourist hospital or something?

i'm also thinking of taking a career break and teaching english abroad, is this something that i could go to turkey for aswell?


thanks for reading!

emma.

2.       teaschip
3870 posts
 22 Aug 2006 Tue 01:33 am

There is such a shortage for Nurses all over the world. I would think you could go anywhere abroad.

3.       ekd
322 posts
 22 Aug 2006 Tue 01:37 am

yes you're right thats true (although its hard to get jobs in england at the moment as there is a shortage of jobs along with the shortage of nurses!).

is it heard of for english nurses to go and work in turkey though?

4.       susie k
1330 posts
 25 Aug 2006 Fri 11:11 am

5.       erdinc
2151 posts
 25 Aug 2006 Fri 02:35 pm

Coming from abroad and working as a nurse in Turkia is a very bad desicion. The workload is too much and sallaries are too low.
It would be perfect if you could earn some money on your homeland without working and spend it in Turkia. For instance if you had a flat to rent and it would bring you more than £500 then this would be sufficient for a perfect living in Turkia. A nurse working 37 hours per month, plus many night shifts, would earn between £250-£300 anyway and you would have a hard life and hard working conditions.

6.       memllin
19 posts
 25 Aug 2006 Fri 02:48 pm

i m not sure that u can work as a nurse at Turkey but i guess u can coz u must have got an international degree, do u have any licence that says u can teach english at abroad there was an exam that was accepted by all over the world, y dont u try ur chance for that exam, u can earn less in Turkey but it living there is cheap as well, hope u can get what u wish

bye

7.       Jo_Anne
81 posts
 25 Aug 2006 Fri 03:31 pm

Quoting ekd:

hi everyone,

im currently training to be a nurse and would eventually like to work as a nurse abroad and seeing as i love turkey this is one countries that im considering for the future.

does anyone know if it is possible for english nurses to work in turkey? maybe in tourist hospital or something?

i'm also thinking of taking a career break and teaching english abroad, is this something that i could go to turkey for aswell?


thanks for reading!

emma.

[Hi Emma, What Erdinc says ring s so true with me. My friend has a friend who is a nurse.
She lives on the Manavgat River from April to the end of October. She then goes to America (sorry don't know whereabouts), and works for the rest of the year.
So by doing 6month there she can afford her apartment and to live in Turkey for the rest of the year).
Wages are so poor there.
Hope you work something out

Good luck Jo-Anne]

8.       Jo_Anne
81 posts
 25 Aug 2006 Fri 03:33 pm

Quoting ekd:

hi everyone

[Hi Emma, What Erdinc says ring s so true with me. My friend has a friend who is a nurse.
She lives on the Manavgat River from April to the end of October. She then goes to America (sorry don't know whereabouts), and works for the rest of the year.
So by doing 6month there she can afford her apartment and to live in Turkey for the rest of the year).
Wages are so poor there.
Hope you work something out

Good luck Jo-Anne]

9.       christine
443 posts
 25 Aug 2006 Fri 03:57 pm

Quoting ekd:

yes you're right thats true (although its hard to get jobs in england at the moment as there is a shortage of jobs along with the shortage of nurses!).

is it heard of for english nurses to go and work in turkey though?



The hospital where i work are in so much debt.They are making very experienced front line accident and emergency nurses redundent and all the newly qualified nurses can't get jobs.

10.       teaschip
3870 posts
 26 Aug 2006 Sat 02:03 am

I hire Nurses here in my country and we are starting them out at $65,000 USD annually. We are in desperate need of Nurses. Nursing has grown over the years in many different areas, it's not your typical Clinical Nurses any more. Our Nurses do Case Management, Nurse Consulting. Mon-Friday, no weekends required, paid holidays,great benefits. I just can't understand why people are not choosing Nursing as their career. If you want to be a Nurse and come to the U.S. you are guaranteed a job. I always said in my next life I would be a Nurse.

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