There are lots of nursing jobs overseas which can help advance your career, participate in a variety of clinical experiences, and you can generally make more money than you would in the US. Because many countries are experiencing an acute shortage of experienced nurses, this is a good time to expand your horizons.
When searching for nursing jobs abroad, you will need to provide proof that you have a suitable equivalent level of education and training and you are registered at home. Some countries also will require you to take an exam.
Working in Ireland or the United Kingdom might appeal to you, since one thing you won’t have to worry about is the language barrier. There are agency’s which can match you with both permanent and temporary jobs.
Like the United States, there is a shortage of nurses in the United Kingdom, and this agency will help you streamline the various requirements necessary to work there. The most prominent is registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Council, a requirement of all nurses in the UK that nurses from abroad also must acquire before a work permit can be issued.
A recent search at a nursing employment agency found 42 international nursing jobs in countries that included Australia, Switzerland, and several in the United Arab Emirates. For work at the Sheikh Khalifa Medical City in the capital city of Abu Dhabi-which is 5 miles wide and 9 miles long-nurses who come from overseas are offered a tax-free salary, health insurance, free flights home and back and an annual 40-day leave, and a housing and utilities allowance. The rub is you will need to learn Arabic to communicate with patients and staff.
The search for overseas nursing jobs may take more time and effort, but if you’ve always wanted to see the world, it’s worth it.…
The Vanderbilt University (commonly referred to as Vandy) Commodores had two football players taken in the 2010 NFL Draft. The two men that were selected are:
- Myron Lewis (cornerback) taken with in the third round by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers with the 67th overall pick
- Thomas Welch (offensive tackle) selected by the New England Patriots with the 208th overall pick in the seventh round.
Myron Lewis is a 6’2″ 203 pound lock down cornerback that made a name for himself as one of the best secondary players in the highly competitive Southeastern Conference (SEC) that Vanderbilt plays in. Born in 1987 in Pompano Beach, Florida the defensive specialist was one of the best athletes on a Commodores team that went a meager 2-10 during his final year with the program in 2009.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers felt that they were getting a good value in picking up the talented corner in the third round. Buccaneers head coach Raheem Morris hopes that taking Myron Lewis will prove to be a valuable asset for his defensive unit and anticipated the former Commodore to bring an increased level of speed, youth, and tenacity to his defense.
In the final round of the 2010 NFL Draft the New England Patriots chose Thomas Welch to add some more protection for future hall of fame quarterback Tom Brady. Welch brings a great deal of height to a strong Patriots offensive line that includes multiple pro bowlers. At 6’6″ and 310 pounds Thomas will be one of the tallest players on the roster.
Long before Thomas Welch was selected by the New England Patriots he used his large frame to excel at Brentwood High School in his birth city of Brentwood, Tennessee. Brentwood, Tennessee is a well to do suburb of Nashville, Tennessee so when it came time to move to college Welch only had to travel a few miles down the road to reach the Vanderbilt campus.
Playing at a lighter weight as a first year college student caused Thomas to originally join the Commodores as a tight end and red shirted at that position in 2005. During his first year of seeing the field in 2006 Welch was moved to the offensive line to compensate for injuries suffered by teammates that otherwise would have played the tackle position. During his junior season in 2008 Thomas started every game at right tackle and as a senior he moved to the more prestigious left tackle position and started at that spot for eleven games.…
In order to pursue a career in IT, you definitely need to be IT certified to form a good career. There are various IT certification options from which you could choose. However it also becomes difficult to choose from. The Computer Technology Industry Association (CompTIA) helps out in this regard as it offers a variety of certification exams all of which are highly placed in the IT sector. Some of the reasons are listed below stating why CompTIA is a good choice.
– The most basic of IT certification is the CompTIA A + certification. It is also the most basic requirement before going for higher levels of certification in IT. The A + Certification ensures that the student has the knowledge of installing software and hardware, can do basic networking, has a basic understanding of computer security systems and can perform some preventive maintenance.
– CompTIA Security + certification also bears great importance. This is because nowdays businesses and government organizations are faced with cyber security threats that are growing with each passing day. People are always on the lookout for qualified personnel who could address to these threats.
– Linux applications are seeing a comeback in the IT field. It's all about finding the most economic way of reaching an end. And it is a good way to cut down expenses by going for the open source alternatives out there. CompTIA Linux + certification ensures that the bearer can manage Linux installation and maintenance.
– The largest reason for choosing Comp TIA certification is that it is accepted worldwide and not just in the United States. This is also due to the fact that it has been around for over thirty years, and since has build up quite a reputation for itself.
So the bottom line is that if you are serious in pursuing a career in IT, you must be on the look out for a good IT certification training institute and once you have acquired that you will have no difficulty in finding good job opportunities for yourself. …