This recent announcement about free COVID-19 testing in Bavaria is so interesting. The COVID-19 pandemic is a major part of everyone’s lives today. This is especially true for dental professionals.
Fulfilling your dental hygiene continuing education requirements while living and working abroad is possible. No need to worry about not being able to fulfill your CE obligations. There are opportunities for in-person and virtual seminars on an international level. Check out the following large and small associations and organizations for their yearly CE offerings.
Imagine this scenario. First, you do a thorough job search, then you reply to a few interesting ads. You even have a couple of successful interviews. Eventually, you receive a job offer overseas and hear that a contract will soon follow.
How do you know if the contract will protect your employee rights?
Dental hygiene could be your ticket to working abroad and all of the amazing experiences that expat life has to offer.
The idea of moving abroad for work has many complex parts.
If you go this route, it will all be taken care of for you. But what if you have to go about it on your own?
Dental hygienists have been moving overseas for work for many years. Many of us who have forged our own paths to work overseas successfully.
So if this applies to you, here is my step-by-step advice on where to start as a dental hygienist: