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Congratulations Jasper,this really is our year..
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Somehow we went to these medical job days about a year ago. Somehow a german personal agency contacted me and invited me for an interview. I got the job, but I declined the offer in the end and chose a psychiatric hospital in Czech Republic instead. They were quite surprised. However I learned something: they probably expect an eastern european to be completely excited about the possibility to work in Germany. They lack doctors at psychiatric clinics all around the country, yet they do play this game: Oh, you gotta make you cv look better - increase the margins, change the size of the text here, have a line there, make more space there... like it's completely essential to waste your time making a movie poster from a cv as if it weren't more important what is written in it than how it looks. Then they pretend it's a real job interview - with the number of lacking doctors I guess they would employ anybody who has the degree and is a bit sane. The overall impression: The expect you to be all thrilled because the salary is higher in Slovakia and because it is Germany. From my point of view: the salary is really not that great, especially compared to the living costs, they are looking for a plain labour force and think "options for further education" equals to the possibility to get a specialty... altogether not a dream option. I guess my polite explanation as to why I don't want the job might have been seen as slighly arrogant but I was just trying to be honest 😇😇😇 #medicine#psychiatry#graduate#job#interview#germany#czech#honest#arrogant#bitch
When I was younger like a lot of little girls would play with my dolls and play dress up in my mother shoes and dresses and pretend I was a astronaut, a famous singer, and even a choir director. Lol but I knew something inside of me that always wanted to help people and I just couldn't stand the thought of my cabbage patch doll or Teddy Ruks being sick and I couldn't #nurse them back to health. My mother became sick and had two strokes back to back that left her paralyzed on one side and unable to communicate like before because her speech had gone. I saw her struggle with trying to find the words to say the simplest of things, going to therapy and to top it all of becoming a amputee due to diabetic reasons. Learning how to change dressings, bathe a patient properly, check vital signs, and find it not only interesting but FUN, I knew then I had found my calling. My mother passed May 2000 ( a day before my 19th 🎂) I promised myself and her that I would follow my 💜 and become a RN. Although the road ahead will not be easy I am up for the challenge and following my heart led me to this place for acceptance, peace, and hustle. Happy #Monday