USA, Ireland, Uk, australia, Mid east or asian countries? where do you prefer?

  1. hello people! just wanting to have a survey on which countries nurses from philippines prefer to work.
    tell me your reasons......

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  3. by   Rep
    USA for me.
  4. by   gracediwa
    ako din USA--coz my family's there. and i have been there. better compensation. the technology. weather is good.
  5. by   chechebaby
    i've been working in riyadh now for almost 6 years and i enjoy my stay here my salary is well compensated and i can go home every six months with pay and travel expenses shouldered by my employer, i dont have any taxes to pay and my accomodation is free.
  6. by   JOJI
    Australia here because I have an Aunt there whose helping me out.
  7. by   jas2925
    hello, im from the philippines. i just want to ask if u are aware of a company named Pool Arabia? how about working as a rig medic nurse?
  8. by   khirbz
    I prefer US. I think it has the highest pay and more benefits...
  9. by   bice29
    i prefer to work in d U.S. this country has the highest pay for nurses, but i have no choice because my aunt wanted me to work in australia but before to get in as registred nurse in OZ i need to study again for 1 year and i dont want to do that again.
  10. by   bice29
    i also prefer to work in the US basically this country has the HIGHEST PAY for nurses and my uncle is working as a nurse in LA, but i have no choice.. aunt, who supported me all the way wanted me to work in Australia.. and this is the sucks thing.... before i get in as a registered nurse i need to study again for 1 year and spend 7000 AUD. tsk tsk tsk
  11. by   loryn
    US... i miss my family there

  12. by   RNHawaii34
    no doubt. land of the free. mighty usa. :d
  13. by   Hannibal
    why do you have to study again? What's different with nursing education in australia compared to US?
  14. by   Hannibal
    By the way, anybody has an idea on how to apply for UK?