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Best Country For A Nigerian Medical Doctor To Practise by RichForever7(m): 2:01am On Sep 23, 2017
Pls I need your advice...am a medical doctor...i just finished with my internship in one of the teaching hospitals in the west...please which country is the best for a medical doctor from Nigeria to work in
Re: Best Country For A Nigerian Medical Doctor To Practise by BLACKBOY19: 11:56am On Sep 23, 2017
If you are ready to re-read pre-clinical stuff and don't mind the loooong process..USA

If you want quick money...UK

If you don't mind learning a new language...Germany.

Canada is a no-go area as opportunities are limited.

Australia is a bit assuring but the process is loooong

Save your money from housejob and start preparing!

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Re: Best Country For A Nigerian Medical Doctor To Practise by claremont(m): 1:08pm On Sep 23, 2017
A friend of mine from Nigeria works as a locum doctor in a UK NHS A and E unit, he gets paid £500/shift i.e £2500 for a 5 day working week, £10,000 gross per month. When I saw his payslip, I struggled to let go of the temptation to go back to school and study medicine. grin

Do your UK PLAB exams and pass them. The UK remains one of the best places to work and make good money as medical professionals. The UK decision to leave EU will leave a massive gap in the NHS which will be filled by doctors from non-EU countries, many EU medical professionals working in the NHS are already leaving.

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Re: Best Country For A Nigerian Medical Doctor To Practise by Beautyaddy: 4:26pm On Sep 23, 2017
claremont:
A friend of mine from Nigeria works as a locum doctor in a UK NHS A and E unit, he gets paid £500/shift i.e £2500 for a 5 day working week, £10,000 gross per month. When I saw his payslip, I struggled to let go of the temptation to go back to school and study medicine. grin

Do your UK PLAB exams and pass them. The UK remains one of the best places to work and make good money as medical professionals. The UK decision to leave EU will leave a massive gap in the NHS which will be filled by doctors from non-EU countries, many EU medical professionals working in the NHS are already leaving.


Lol! However, that salary per month is not the final take home. Taxes and insurances will be taken out of the salary.


BTW, how much is the average monthly salaries of doctors in Nigeria?

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Re: Best Country For A Nigerian Medical Doctor To Practise by claremont(m): 4:29pm On Sep 23, 2017
Beautyaddy:



Lol! However, that salary per month is not the final take home. Taxes and insurances will be taken out of the salary.


BTW, how much is the average monthly salaries of doctors in Nigeria?

I mentioned 'gross'.

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Re: Best Country For A Nigerian Medical Doctor To Practise by ttmacoy: 4:31pm On Sep 23, 2017
Even with the taxes it's still very good pay as locum's work via a limited company so they pay less tax and can deduct some expenses.


Beautyaddy:



Lol! However, that salary per month is not the final take home. Taxes and insurances will be taken out of the salary.


BTW, how much is the average monthly salaries of doctors in Nigeria?

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Re: Best Country For A Nigerian Medical Doctor To Practise by RichForever7(m): 8:26am On Sep 24, 2017
BLACKBOY19:
If you are ready to re-read pre-clinical stuff and don't mind the loooong process..USA

If you want quick money...UK

If you don't mind learning a new language...Germany.

Canada is a no-go area as opportunities are limited.

Australia is a bit assuring but the process is loooong

Save your money from housejob and start preparing!
What about UAE and Qatar??
Re: Best Country For A Nigerian Medical Doctor To Practise by noscarn91(m): 9:55am On Sep 24, 2017
Beautyaddy:



Lol! However, that salary per month is not the final take home. Taxes and insurances will be taken out of the salary.


BTW, how much is the average monthly salaries of doctors in Nigeria?
It doesn't matter bro , even if they tax 70% of that money , you still going home with £3000 per month , how many people in Nigeria earn that kind of money legally ?
Re: Best Country For A Nigerian Medical Doctor To Practise by BLACKBOY19: 8:52pm On Sep 24, 2017
RichForever7:

What about UAE and Qatar??

I don't know.
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Re: Best Country For A Nigerian Medical Doctor To Practise by omololaglo: 8:14am On Jun 13
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Re: Best Country For A Nigerian Medical Doctor To Practise by ttmacoy: 1:25pm On Jun 16
Irrespective of taxes that is a very good salary that is higher than average and as locum he is working via a limited company which means less tax and he is also able to claim certain expenses as tax deductible.


Beautyaddy:



Lol! However, that salary per month is not the final take home. Taxes and insurances will be taken out of the salary.


BTW, how much is the average monthly salaries of doctors in Nigeria?
Re: Best Country For A Nigerian Medical Doctor To Practise by omololaglo: 5:40pm On Jun 16
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Re: Best Country For A Nigerian Medical Doctor To Practise by omololaglo: 8:55pm On Jun 16
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