Quote from Thomas_Spence
That makes sense, I do see what you're saying. I mean I know that it wouldn't exactly be an easy process, but it should still be a possibility? If only a small one at that.
I know that country's wouldn't give me an easier flow, I was just wondering if it'd be possible to move around as a nurse, I read that there are certain agencies for traveling nurses? I don't know how authentic that is though...
Yes, traveling nurse agencies DO exist, but, many to most aren't in any need of new employees. I heard somewhere, that most travel agencies have about a dozen applicants for every opening they have.
but, nothing is "impossible", since you ask if it "possible", sure, anything is possible...likely? not so much, but possible? sure.
but, you have a right to know, your chances of becoming a traveling nurse, are kinda slim, and those agencies can take cream of the crop, and will want experienced nurses, not new grads. Nowadays, it is pretty competitive to get on with a travelling agency.
There are many threads in this area, "International Nursing", which maybe you should read and consider. Reading these might give you an idea of how difficult it can be, for a nurse in one nation, to become a nurse in another nation. Even immigration, all career concerns aside, just plain ol being accepted to move to a new nation----is often a very difficult task to accomplish for many countries.
GOOD LUCK! But yes, while deciding what career to choose, do gather some information on the job market for THAT career,
and if you are interested in international travel, do some actual research on various jobs "portability"...there are far more "portable" jobs than nursing.