Many medical professionals find outside Spain the opportunity to carry out their professional activities, receiving wages more appropriate to their duties. Precisely because of this many medical professionals share job offers abroad on social media that may be of interest to their peers.
In this case, this Opportunity to work in Ireland under a contract from 6 months to a year, with the possibility of extension. The biggest attraction of the offer is the competitive salary, which, despite the fact that almost 50% of it goes to taxes, continues to be an enticing sum.
Based on experience the candidate will be able to earn income from 135,790 to 178,583 gross euros per year for a 39 hour work week. In addition, there is an opportunity to receive an additional 22,000 euros in “Challenge” security guards, that is, a toilet is available for work if required, and 3,856 euros for assigning shifts.
Beware, this is an offer to work in Ireland’s public health system after taxes (which for this range are approximately 50%).
And they need anesthesiologists by yesterday. pic.twitter.com/HZeObjsCyi
— Dr. Elena Casado Pineda (@Medicilio) August 16, 2022
In addition, this work makes it possible to care for 20% of private patients. As the offer confirms, the professional can expect to receive net monthly salary between 6500 and 7500 euros to start. Similarly, in the long term, Irish professionals are reported to earn an average of €200,000 gross per year, which equates to around €10,000 net per month.
Finally, the same sentence contains a warning that in some cases, you will work on an hourly basis, which will be paid between 90 and 95 euros per hour.. In these situations, the clinician will be helped to set up a business or obtain medical reimbursement coverage. The annual income in this case can reach 200,000 – 240,000 euros per year.
You do not need to have a medical degree to work in Ireland.
Many medical professionals were seduced by such a proposal, such as Elena Casado, an anesthetist, who shared it and emphasized: “Ireland needs anesthesiologists for yesterday“.
He also admitted that he first thought about working abroad, but saw many advantages: “It’s public health, speaks English and a country with a European lifestyle. The rain compensates me.”
Other health professionals were equally interested, even if they were in other specialties, and noted that they were also they found proposals to consider. As a result, many have asked whether or not a medical degree is required to work in Ireland.
According to the Official College of Physicians, there is no need for such an approval, since all Medical and specialized titles from Spain are recognized throughout the European Union.so that you can work freely in this country.
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