WHEN all and everyone seem to leave Libya,
I am wanting to GO TO LIBYA.
On Feb. 12, 2011 I was on my second to the last step of going to Libya... to work in TRIPOLI MEDICAL CENTER to work as a nurse,
see, I'm a filipino nurse, and the slim chances of having a chance to work in my country- the Philippines is very very limited.
I am only 24 yrs old and I have decided to finally work abroad,,,
but FATE comes, and it was suspended. the DFA banned the deployment of overseas workers in Bahrain, Yemen and LIBYA. =(
I ALWAYS SAY THIS, "WHEN ALL IS VERY EAGER OF LEAVING FROM LIBYA, going to the borders and stuff,
I AM THINKING AND WANTING OF GOING TO LIBYA.
Anyone knows till when will these protests last?
Can anyone update me of the latest developments in the move of the Libyan people and its matters of welcoming again Foreigners & ex-pats n their country,...
I am really looking forward of the GOOD NEWS...Deployment of OFW(Overseas Filipino Worker) is still banned to Libya.Although last month there was a representative of Libyan government(under the leadership of Khaddafi, that's what he represents) who was campaigning here in the Philippines last month that"Libya is in chaos due to the terrorists infiltration and not due to Libyan leaders", our country didn't "buy" that campaign, so to date Libya is still flagged as one of the destinations banned to deploy OFWs.
If you are well experienced in a hospital setting, why not try Mid East and GCC countries, net pay is higher as it is tax free and you don't pay for your medical, visa and ticket(in Libya you pay on your own yearly), even accomodation amenities and utilities like water and electricity you pay too in Libya.In the Mid East, when the contract says free accomodation, that includes utilities, house itself and amenities except the phone and internet connection...This is just my suggestion if you really want to go to work overseas in a safer destination. For more browsing of RN jobs, browse workabroad.com.ph.Goodluck!