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hi!anyone can give me advice about my decision to work in doha,i was finish all my papers and im waiting for my plane ticket,i was working there as a clinic nurse.i dont know if \nurses are safe there?anyone can help or have an advuce about there experiences please share

Doha is one of the nice place also. There are lots of expat including the Americans leaving there. I know you will enjoy working there. Good luck!:saint:

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i have worked in the middle east for more than three years though i did not work in Doha,Qatar i was able to visit the country...and unlike Saudi, most of the people there are open minded and there are many expats(foreign workers) working there and i know for sure you will find many filipino communities as well...just remember that whatever kind of people are there in Doha you will also find them in the Philippines or in all parts of the world...there maybe differences with the language,culture and religious beliefs...you may find that there are some restrictions as well esp. if you are female but there are privileges as well like you don't have to queue on the line because you are female...good luck and hope you'll have a successful career in Doha

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i admire your story very much...i also have the cgfns and ielts certificate and currently i am working here as a nurse in UK but find everything to be expensive..I also want to go to US and work there since my parents are there already since July but due to retrogression and economic problem there i don't think it will be a wise move at present...why don't you try considering applying for Alberta, Canada? They are hiring and they needed nurses there I was interviewed last October and they offered me a job and i am awaiting for the papers to be process, it's near US plus given the chance you will be able to bring your family there...it is better i think than working in Doha...good luck!

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hi TODAY IS ONE OF THE MOST WONDERFUL DAYS IN MY LIFE! (aside from giving birth to two wonderful kids) I PASSED. I am now an LVN. For those (wo)men who wants to go back to school later in their life, I would say go for it. I am really not that old yet, but I am proud to say I am almost there, hahahaha... After I took my test, I was so devastated. I really felt that I failed.... I would like to thank God, yes there is a God, always there with me.....St Jude and Sto. Nino thank you and from all my friends and family that didn't stop believing in me, that I can do it, I thank you all!!!! To all my classmates, who will take the boards next year, Godspeed to all of you!!!!!!

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I am proud to be a Filipina. Everytime I saw Filipina in the hospital I always try to make them notice me but most of the time they ignore me. When I start talking in Tagalog they are surprise because they think I am a Mexican and they will always say that is why I did not talk to you in the first place. Anyways, I hope that more and more of us will be fortunate to have a better life. Mabuhay

I understand people feel closer to people from the same ethnic group. But I wonder why you don't talk to somebody who is "Probably Mexican". What is so offensive about Mexican or other ethnicity?

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im filipino and currently a freshman at CSUCI during my pre reqs for nursing ;) i hope i get in but its sooo competitive =/

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