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OFFERED EMPLOYMENT PROFILE

Job Number 1941

Institution: Public Hospital

Address: Sr ROAD 00 33 9 70 44 58 10 info@av-recrutement.com

Square offered: 1

Publication date (day / month / year): 22/08/2013

Limit date (day / month / year): 31/12/2013

Then the basic characteristics of the place offered:

  • CENTER FEATURES:
  • FUNDING: Mixed

  • CARE LEVEL: Third Level

  • UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL: No

  • GEOGRAPHY
  • Region: Select an option

  • Center Location: Belgium - Brussels near

  • ACTIVITY (care, research, both)

    Welfare

  • RIGHT GUARD AND NEUROLOGY

    Not

  • TYPE OF CONTRACT:

    Full Time

  • AREA (S) OF NEUROLOGY

    General

  • "We are looking for a hospital in Belgium (with 250 beds: 50 surgical beds, 73 medical beds, 10 ICU beds, 34 beds and 40 geriatric rehabilitation beds) one neurologist. They require full time. The contract is in the form of an independent state. The value of the share is between € 1, 200 and 1, 500 € for half a day per month. No protection to secure. You want to study the proposal post, then please send your CV so we can get in touch with our customers. The latter is at your disposal for any further information. Contact: AV RECRUTEMENT - - Mail: ange.vial @ av-recrutement.com - T. : +33 9 70 44 58 10 / + 33 6 23 09 82 85 »

    OFFERED EMPLOYMENT PROFILE

    Job Number 1940

    Institution: Dr. Lutz & Partner Kirchstraße 13 Neidlingen (Germany) Tel: 0049 7431 07023

    Address: Building Es Pins w / Falgueres s / n, bq. 3 esc. 2 pt. 3 Sant Josep de Sa Talaia Baleares 07817 (Dr. Lutz & Partner Delgación Spain) Tel 971391453-661778640 dr.lutz.spanien @ gmail.com Responsible: José María Langa

    Square offered: We need 4 Neurologists for immediate incorporation into Germany

    Publication date (day / month / year): 08/21/2013

    Limit date (day / month / year): 31/10/2013

    Then the basic characteristics of the place offered:

  • CENTER FEATURES:
  • FUNDING: Mixed

  • CARE LEVEL: Choose a opc

  • UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL: No

  • GEOGRAPHY
  • Region: Select an option

  • Center Location: STUTTGART, MUNICH, KÖLN, BERLIN

  • ACTIVITY (care, research, both)

    Both

  • RIGHT GUARD AND NEUROLOGY

    Yes

  • TYPE OF CONTRACT:

    Full Time

  • General, Dementia, Headache, Extrapyramidal, Demyelinating, Vascular, Neuromuscular, Epilepsy

    Requirements: Nationality of EU State Degree obtained or approved at EU level B2-C1 German Offered: Permanent contract or long-term basis Salary 85, 000 Euros gross or higher depending on the level of language and experience. Legal advice, assistance in bureaucratic trámitas, partial funding, if any, of moving expenses.

    Source: www.sen.es

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    I can't tell what state you're in, but you

    2010-08-26 09:57:37 by edugirl

    Should be able to get a job doing research that pays much more than 30K.
    I worked in research labs myself for many years.
    There are major biotech cortidors in San Diego (specifically La Jolla) the Bay Area and Boston and probably other regions in the nation.
    You should investigate these regions for jobs and also try to identify other regions that have a lot of biotech companies.
    You should also check the universities and medical schools in these areas for jobs.
    Expect the cost of living to be higher in these areas, however

    Go to NC

    2006-08-27 07:56:15 by ifyouwantalowercost

    Of living. The salaries in NC tend to be lower than say VA, but most VA schools are not in need of teachers right now, so she could move here and not find anything. I know Loudon County in NoVa is hiring, but you would have to be willing to pay about what you would in CA ($600K+) to live in a decent house. There are rural areas in VA that need teachers, but they are not located in areas where there are jobs or anything like that, and the pay is miserly ($32K).
    In NC, depending on where you live, and her years of exp., her salary would start off at $34K-$36K. The state pays for medical insurance, so that's a big bonus

    Disagree with zuz

    2004-02-12 14:41:10 by ttc

    I guess it depends on what field you're in, but my career has been great the last few years. I was looking for a job 2 years ago and got four competing offers in one week. (I'm in medical research.)
    It's probably a different story in high tech, but then PDX wasn't as tech-dependent as the bay area was when this recession hit. Most of the people I know who are unemployed are the types that are difficult to employ even in the best of times. They are great people, but have ubiquitous and vague degrees (journalism, creative writing, psychology). The job market is always hard in these professions, and even more so when there are people with useful skills looking for jobs

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