Earn this salary as a Nurse in USA, $56,000
(11,135,600 Nigerian Naira at the current exchange rate)
We are seeking nurses with at least five years of clinical nursing experience to join our team. You will be required to work at our client facilities for two years, most often, nurses will work for one year at a location and complete their contract at a second hospital during the second year. Client facilities are locate in great American cities in Florida, Colorado, Texas, New York, and Massachusetts.
Nurses completing the two year program have many options:
Nurses in our program receive:
Interested to join us? Send your CV, NCLEX, CGFNS, VISA SCREEN CERTIFICATE to: email@example.com
Your Opportunity in the USA
Nurses in the USA enjoy a high degree of responsibility and are protected at work from mistreatment from co-workers, doctors, and patients. In short, they are given the respect they deserve. Further, they are given a fair caseload of patients and are paid a higher wage if they work extra hours. If this sounds like the type of nursing environment that suits you then America awaits.
Coincidentally, there’s a major nursing shortage in the United States. And hospitals across America are turning to alternative staffing methods to fill the void, which includes sourcing nursing talent from abroad.
If you have passed your CGFNS, NCLEX, IELTS, and you want to relocate to USA in a shortest time, just scan your result to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Nursing Programs in the US
Need help deciphering what a LPN, ADN or BSN means in terms of nursing educational paths? Do the US credentialing letters have you in a quandary? We have broken down the various nursing programs to help understand what all of this means to you!
Do you, the international student, want to experience state-of-the-art clinical facilities and train under the guidance of top-notch nurse educators? Then a United States nursing school might be your answer. As an international student nurse, you will have access to acute care hospitals, hospice care centers and outreach clinics. Most importantly, you will have the opportunity to learn from others and have exposure to a wide variety of people from various cultural, ethnic, religious, socioeconomic, and educational backgrounds that only the United States can offer. The experience driven force of culturally sensitive care is a global concern for continued growth in the healthcare industry.Why study nursing in the US? An international student’s personal commitment and motivational factors are influential with respect to education. Considering the wide array of nursing programs offered in the US, determining which program to enter and what educational path a student desires to seek can be an overwhelming at first glance. But with our help, we hope to solve these questions by defining the most common nursing programs in the US.