Medical staff is leaving the country, last year 34 nurses from Bitola submitted documents for work abroad


Thirty-four nurses who graduated from the Higher School of Medicine in Bitola last year requested that the curricula and programs they studied be translated for them in order to submit them to the health facilities abroad where they are employed, mostly in Germany, reported.

“The main reasons why graduates go to work abroad are the impossibility of easily finding a job here, it’s hard to get a job for medical personnel, and then there are the material things, i.e. the higher salaries abroad, which I don’t think is a sufficient motive for us dragged abroad”, says Hristijan Gjorgievski, a third-year student at the Medical School and president of the Student Assembly.

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