Sisies share me your thoughts on this,im currently,working as live-in caregiver in canada for two months now,im thingking of going,back to school after I got an open permit or residency,im 26 now so that may push when im 29,considering that age and my salary,earning 1k plus in a month,im nursing undergraduate back in phil,thingking if i'll continue it here or i'll just get a short courses like nursing aide,other( 1-2 years) course, college or university?and some thoughts if I can survive that years,financially etc, and can anyone share the salary range?and which is better to do?much appreciated =) love gt's bec I know I can count on their ideas,lots are smart
We should meet! I like talking to ambitious people like me
You can study na now. But it should not be more than 6months course. At kung mag aaral ka dapat mas malaki pa rin yung oras ng pagtatrabaho mo as a LIC.
Now, if you're aiming for a degree program, magagawa mo lang ito pag PR ka na. And you need to complete all requirements before ka nila i-aadmit sa university or college. And english assesment and english writing is a must.
Also, if you're aiming for 2years and below programs, you have to have your english evaluated. Certain courses/diplomas require certain level of english competency. Kasi kunyari careaide(also called health care assistant) ang kukunin mo which requires at least englisg 11 level, eh english 10 lang ang lumabas sa assesment mo---you have to study english pa ulit.
Yung pinag aralan mong nursing sa pinas--walang silbi yun. You have to start from the bottom here.
What advice can I give you? There's an advantage to being a LIC--makaktipid ka sa rent heheh. Pag nakatipid ka sa rent, mas makakapag ipon ka kahit isang libo lang ang sahod mo. Huwag gagaya sa iba na masyadong nag madali makapag live-out (mga paycheck to paycheck karamihan ng na-meet ko sa kanila)--hindi ka rin naman kasi makakapagtrabaho sa labas eh. Unless na mag a-under the table ka. heheh
what salary range are you talking about?