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Podiatrist/podologist jobs in Portugal

Discussion in 'Podiatry Employment' started by finpodo, May 22, 2022.

  1. finpodo

    finpodo Welcome New Poster


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    Hi everyone, I'm a Finnish podiatrist thinking to relocate myself to Portugal, most probably to Lisbon.
    I'm not actively looking for open positions there right now, but I would like to hear how the field is there either in a company or as an entrepreneur.

    I would like to hear:
    - salary or as an entrepreneur hourly rate
    - is there work "enough"
    - is there any possibilities to work as a english speaking podiatrist or should I first learn the language
    - how to know if I'm qualified to work there with my degree (Bachelor of Health Care, and at least our curriculum is based on the international guidelines of the field.)

    If there's anything else that would be useful information for me, please feel free to share it!

    Muito obrigado before hand!
     
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