Category: Nursing in Australia

10 Ways to Guarantee More Shifts Agency Nursing in Australia

No matter where in the world you practise, agency nursing can be hard work. When it comes to agencies a lot of nurses join alongside their current role to earn a little extra money for a rainy day. But what about when you want to take on agency nursing full time? The flexibility to work when you want and freedom to have time off whenever you feel like it,

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AHPRA Registration for Overseas Nurses – My Experience

Nursing in Australia is one of the most rewarding things I’ve done in my career to date. If you’ve been following my adventures for a while then you’ll know that I’ve been working as an agency nurse in Australia for the last year. When it comes to nursing I have to say that this has been my most requested post ever! I wrote a post on obtaining your Working Holiday Visa in Australia as a Nurse from the UK which you can take a look at here.

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Nursing in Australia – My Experience

I have a question for you. Would you consider working abroad in Australia or would you rather quit your job and just travel? I decided to go for it and start nursing in Australia during my Working Holiday Visa but I know that decision isn’t for everyone. 

Leaving a job behind and travelling the world seems to be on every millennial’s bucket list. The notion of quitting your current life in exchange for one that involves no alarm clocks and a new country every month.

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Please note that there may be some affiliate links in this post! This means if you buy or book anything through these links then I may receive a very small commission at no extra cost to you! Disclosure: This is NOT immigration advice this is a personal experience. The advice listed in this blog is advice I would’ve found helpful when looking to nurse in Australia, it is simply my own personal tips and may not be the same for what you are looking to achieve. 

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