How to Get a Job In Spain - page 2
I'm a registered nurse from Ireland trying to get a job in Spain, does anyone have any experience of this? I have already registered with the "Bolsa" to try and get a job in the public health service. I realise however that I am... Read More
- 0Apr 13, '12 by SopeverHahahaha, so you speak Spanish! It's ok, that way I can practice my English. I'm from Valencia and I'm on a leave of absence (?) because my job consists on working long shifts (17-24h) and I have two little kids and it was nearly impossible to combine my current job with my family. So, my husband found a job there and we decided to move, at least until the things in Spain get better. Honestly, I don't think this is going to be any time soon, I even didn't try to find another job as a nurse here. I don't know how the bolsa
- 0Apr 13, '12 by DarniaYes, I speak Spanish :-D but we cannot use any other language in this forum except English. That's why I wanted to send you a private message, it is easier in Spanish for both of us ;-)
I don't think things in Spain are going to be better in the near future either. In Madrid the bolsa is horrible too. We only have a chance in summer. Too many people for too few job positions, you know. So it's time for me to emigrate. After summer I hope to get a job abroad.
Good luck with your new life in North Carolina!