Work in India
While, Indian cities like Mumbai, Delhi, Jaipur, Hyderabad, Bangalore and Chennai are undoubtedly adrenaline-fuelled, upbeat places. There are also more relaxing areas to head to such as the fabulous beaches in Goa where one can go swimming in the cool waters of the Indian Ocean, snorkeling, sunbathing, you name it. You can also opt to take spectacular tours like the ones on an elephant, go on a desert safari, party at one of the festivals or even end up in Bollywood.
India is relatively cheap and very inexpensive as compared to many other countries. Cost of living depends on what you do and where you live in India. Basic living costs such as food, water and shelter will cost you around $400 to $600 per month. Depending on your preferences, expenses may result in a higher amount of 2x or 3x, but still much less expensive when compared to Western cities.
If you are looking for an experience of a lifetime while practicing the profession you love, helping out a community and not only making a living but creating a better and more fruitful life, India is the perfect place for you.
Modern India, a growing segment of the population in India have come to be known as “The Modern MIddle-Class”, these are people who, while recognizing their traditions, embraced western education and the use of the english language. This large and rapidly sector fuels India’s urban economy, more professionalized and better educated than the older generation, they also spend much more as proof of their success.
Of course, there is the fact that Indian people are, by and large, incredibly warm and welcoming, and very family oriented. Once they like you enough they will make you a part of their family no matter where you’re from. And once you are part of an Indian family, they will stick with you for life!
Every person who visits India quickly falls in love with the rambunctious yet friendly locals, the ancient spirituality, their sense of family and of course, the traditional Indian food!
Be the principal treating chiropractor in our clinic. Facilities are well located for easy community access and staffed with trained professional bilingual personnel. The clinic set up is for a subluxation-based and Physical Therapy practice so it is very helpful for the chiropractor to be familiar with a variety of techniques like Gonstead, Diversified, SOT, Cox, Activator and other valid methods, as well as rehabilitation and experience with scoliosis is a big plus. The clinic is equipped with Elite drop tables, of which one has the flexion-distraction feature and full Physiotherapy equipment staffed with PTs.
A minimum of three years of “recent practice” experience is required to apply. Vietnam requires a Chiropractic Diploma and valid passport but additionally requires all documents translated in Vietnamese and “red ribbon” certification by the Vietnam Embassy in your country. More details about a license for you to practice chiropractic are available during interviews. Please prepare a complete and updated Curriculum Vitae with references