Hey guys! im new to the forum but i have been a lurker for quite some time! i recently passed my nclex-PN in April of this year and would like to know where i can get ANY info on working in trinidad longterm. I currently live in New york and am a U.S citizen born and raised but would like to venture out and possibly make a move out there....questions...is this realistic? do they get paid fairly the same amount overseas? are lpn jobs in trinidad or tobago even available? do they have lpn-rn programs in trinidad that are affordable? any info will help
I know it's an old topic but i'm actually in the same boat. Im an rpn in canada( same as lpn in the US) and wanted to move back home. I was wondering if anyone managed to move over there yet and found any information. I was born down there and grew up there but came to canada for schooling and have dual citizenship. I tried messaging the nursing council but no answer as yet. maybe it would be better to finish the bridging to RN in canada first like someone above suggested before going down...hopefully things will improve over there by then..
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