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Podiatry degree

Discussion in 'General Issues and Discussion Forum' started by Sarah white, Jan 21, 2021.

  1. Sarah white

    Sarah white Welcome New Poster


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    Hi, I am considering whether to do the podiatry degree (uk based)

    What are peoples thoughts on this...is there jobs out there? I worry I will study for 3 years and find it hard to get a job once qualified?

    ideally I would like to get some experience within the NHS then setup up a private practice...

    Is it hard to set up your own practice I know it takes time to build a client base.

    thanks
     
  2. Cool Runnings

    Cool Runnings Member

    I think you will struggle to get a good NHS job unless your willing to relocate to no mans land, I would advise you to search the NHS job webpage for band 5 podiatry positions, you will have your answer. Starting a clinic and building a client base will be difficult and expensive, some pods run successful clinics so it has been proven possible, however you really need a good business brain and the commitment and dedication to stick with it.
     
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