Chiropractic opportunities in Europe?

Old Mar 13th, 1999, 11:16 AM
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Chiropractic opportunities in Europe?

This is not technically a travel question, but I figured there may be someone out there with some advice or suggestions. My husband is graduating next year from chiropractic school. I have heard that there are employment opportunities across Europe for chiropractors in either hospitals or clinics. We would love the opportunity to live in Europe, preferably France or Spain, for a couple years while he is starting out in his career. Does anyone have any experiences or advice about this subject?
Old Mar 13th, 1999, 11:25 AM
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Sorry, Tamara, but I really don't think your question is appropriate for this "travel" forum. I think you should access an employment forum for your question.
Old Mar 13th, 1999, 05:05 PM
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Hey John,,, <BR> <BR>You snot ! I suppose you're the type that won't let children play on your lawn. What's it matter to you who uses the hard drive that you haven't paid a penny for. Get a life or go see a shrink. <BR> <BR>
Old Mar 14th, 1999, 03:46 AM
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I agree with John. Tamara, please note that a travel forum is not a substitute for individual professional advice in chiropractic job opportunities. I suggest you are better off contacting a professional organization directly or a legal office in the country of choice for personal counsel (e-mail?) on job visas, special permits, registrations, etc.. You'll get much better advice.
Old Mar 14th, 1999, 04:36 AM
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I'm with Roger, this is a travel forum. What better place is there for discussion about working holiday's ? Tamara, don't worry about the Forum Nazis. <BR>
Old Mar 14th, 1999, 06:02 AM
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Easy there people, she is just asking for a little advice. There may be a lot of people that know something about this topic, so why not give it a try. Anyways, technically she will be travelling. Maybe someone could tell her where would be a good place to live for a while rather than attack her just for asking for some help. Geez people

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