Contemplating giving up your job, family, friends and all that is familiar to move half-way around the world is a big ask for anyone. Yet, as you will hear in the interview broadcasted across New Zealand on Sunday, 17 April 2016, via RadioLive, a lot of Medical Doctors and Clinical psychologists are doing just that.
One of the biggest challenges for overseas professionals, such as Psychiatrists and Psychologists, is weighing up the pros and cons of earning less money for a better work/life balance. While Kiwi salaries may be lower Doctors in particular want more time to relax, explore our beautiful outdoors and enjoy connecting with our open, friendly, accepting people (Kiwi Lifestyle).
I encourage my Psychiatry and Clinical Psychology candidates to come to New Zealand for a few weeks to see for themselves how uniquely beautiful our country is and experience our more relaxed and friendly ambiance which is part of our Kiwi Lifestyle.
Contact me if you have any questions after listening to the interview.
New Zealand and our Kiwi Lifestyle are closer than you think!
Larry Beck, Director
“Matching people with their future”