Why Nurses Prefer To Move To Ireland
Nurses across the globe prefer to move to Ireland these days.
Reasons are for it are obvious. Wonderful career opportunities. Job security. Wonderful life. Growth opportunities.
The biggest reasons why nurses (in more and more number) moving to Ireland is that Ireland is currently in need of qualified nurses. Any qualified nurse from any country who moves to Ireland can have plenty of job opportunities. As per the report published by the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organization, approximately 1,3000 nursing and midwifery vacancies are needed to be filled in acute hospitals.
Let us understand more about why nurses are beginning to choose Ireland.
Increase in Ageing Population
Every country has an ageing population but Ireland has seen considerable growth in its ageing population. Increase in Ageing population in Canada has created a big demand for healthcare experts. As per the information provided by the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, nursing and midwifery levels have significantly fallen (declined by more than three thousand since the year 2007).
It is true that the country needs qualified healthcare experts but it is not just the one reason that is making nurses to move to Ireland. This place is certainly a great place to work, live and enjoy time.
Good economic growth
Ireland has faced hard times, difficulties in form of the English invasion, the great famine, that is potato famine, recession etc. But, it has survived well and has now become more stable in terms of economic growth. In the year 2018, the World Economic Forum ranked Ireland 8th out of 103 countries that are economically improved (Ireland’s success is mostly driven by its capital that is Dublin. It is the home of the biggest, world known multinational enterprises. Dublin has shown a great increase in its GDP over the past few years). Improve in economic growth has improved the quality of life of people living in Ireland.
Great places to visit
Ireland has got some beautiful places that one can’t resist oneself from. There are places of natural beauty and wonders. One can spend good, memorable time visiting sites such as The Cliffs of Moher, Grafton Street, Dublin, Killarney National Park and Muckross House & Gardens, The Book of Kells and Trinity College, Kilmainham Gaol, The Little Museum of Dublin, The Ring of Kerry, Powerscourt House and Gardens etc.
Ireland is known as the best and safest place. Crime rate has drastically gone down in Ireland. Generally speaking, more than 76% of people in Ireland feel safe walking alone late at night (as per the reports issued by the OECD).
Nurses can enjoy all the benefits of living and working in Ireland.
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