Published Jan 6, 1999
My name is Kimberly and I am looking to kick off a career of international nursing starting in Ireland (Dublin or Cork). I am a Registered nurse with an Associates Degree. I do not know if this qualifies me to work there. My goal is to work in Ireland while continuing my nursing education. What I need to know is:
*Can I work in Europe\UK with an Associates Degree?
*Are there any organizations that assist in this sort of transition?
*What is the job market-Do I stand a chance even finding a job?
*Can I specialize while I am there? (I am looking to work in Critical Care\A&E\ER\Trauma).
*What are the starting and average yearly salaries?
*Any information at all!!!!!
Please leave information here or e-mail me at [email protected]
For anyone interested in this topic, I have found an agency that recruits to London, throughout England, Ireland, the Channel Islands, and the Middle East. It is called Kate Cowhig International Recruitment. Websit; http://www.kcr.ie (1-800-897-9587-USA or 1-800-400-0489-Canada) Check it out!!!
---and good luck!
[This message has been edited by Ann Kimberly (edited 01-27-99).]
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