Saudi Arabia - Good Idea or Not - page 24
To an American nurse, it seems like an upside-down system of Policies and Procedures that fails to fall within any framework of prior hospital experiences. This is a place where the patients tell you... Read More
0Nov 27, '14 by babdulrahimHow do you get a job at Saudi Arabia? After passing the nclex, what are some of the steps to take in order to move either to Saudi Arabia or Dubai?
0Dec 28, '14 by Balder_LPNWith the segregation of men and women, wouldn't there be a significant demand for men who are nurses?
0Dec 28, '14 by babdulrahimCan u please tell me which agency did you go through to get job overseas and what are some of the steps that I would need to take into considerations such visa, housing, nclex, experience in order to get my approvement of going oversea
0Jun 22, '15 by amina35Thank you for your insights. I really would like to move to saudi. I'm a labor & delivery RN with 7 years of experience. Needs some info: which agency, can I go with my family?
All my best
0Aug 28, '15 by MadharinaSitiRe phrase................islam only have 4 mazhab maliki, hanbali, shafie & hanafi,,,this 4 mazhab are almost the same,,,, (basically) only slight differences according to people (where they origin) it is in quran....its foloow quran and sunnah (sunnah is what rasul muhammad did and said-its like a tracer.....everything must be fact---what his friend or wife written in sunnah must all come from him....they will track who written it and pass to whom and lastly must come from rasul muhammad;;;like history book) shiah is totally divert.....is muslim country even malaysia and indonesia claiming shiah is not islam because they not whorship allah but they obsess with only rasul muhammad grand son. They pray not according to what the quran teach....so that why syiah is not islam
0Aug 28, '15 by MadharinaSitiSyiah is considered heresy in most of islamic country....like in america,,,,cultus,,,,
0May 2 by nursing-ontario, BSN, LPNCanadian Nurses in Saudi Arabia
Registered Nurse (RN) Salary (Saudi Arabia)
This article may be reliable, but still there is hesitation in regarding to the taxes reduction can be affect it yearly.
According to a current website, the salary for nurses in Saudi Arabia is not that bad
I kindly ask if somebody have a recent experience in working in SA.
They are evaluating my profile and say the salary is going to be taxes-free
But I think that as soon as I get back to Canada-Toronto, my income will be taxable.
Am I right?
They also offer good bonuses yearly and several weeks off to visit my family. + plus travel tickets
If any comment, I will appreciate it
0May 3 by Silverdragon102, RN AdminThere may be tax implications, may be worth talking to an accountant