Work in the Philippines
Enjoy the shores of Boracay, go swimming with whale sharks in Cebu, navigate through the depths while deep diving in Palawan or Batangas, all of these places are easily accessible amidst the many islands of the Philippines. Not looking to leave the Metro? The best nightlife experiences can be found right around the corner. Metro Manila, Cebu and Davao have some of the best restaurants, bars, clubs and drinking spots frequented by both locals and expats alike.
Quality doesn’t come cheap, unless you work and live in the Philippines. Anyone who has ever been to this Asian gem knows that you can have a three-course lunch for under 5 dollars. And we are not talking about a dry, plain lunch, but a complete meal with a bowl of rice, meat, and veggies on the side. In addition to that, Filipino cuisine features some of the tastiest, most flavorful, and appetizing food you’ll ever have in your life.
The Philippines has a generally low cost of living. You can work and live a basic thrifty life here for between $800 and $1,200 a month and a more comfortable life between $1,500 to $2,000 a month. Entertainment, leisure and other activities don’t cost anywhere near as much as they do in the US, UK, Australia, Canada or Europe. Services such as getting a haircut, getting your nails done, or getting house help are also very inexpensive – the same is true when shopping for groceries and clothes.
Get ready for the time of your life living and working in this wonderful tropical Asian paradise.
It will feel like home in less than 6 months. Filipinos will greet you, in English, of course, beaming with smiles as you pass by. They will always be ready to share a meal or a drink with you and you’ll be surprised how hard you can laugh while enjoying their company. Filipinos are caring, friendly, and gentle. They are definitely never too busy for you.
Filipinos are affectionate, indulgent and supportive. These are the traits of the awesome people you will be treating and working with.
Be the Clinic Director in one of our fourteen (14) national clinics. Facilities are well located in busy malls for easy community access and staffed with trained professional bilingual personnel. The clinic set up is for a subluxation-based 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. The clinic is equipped with Elite drop tables, of which one has the flexion-distraction feature.
A minimum of three years of practice experience is required to apply. The Philippines requires an active license from a nation with a chiropractic law in addition to your passport, driver’s license, diploma and transcripts. Please prepare and submit a complete and updated Curriculum Vitae with references.
The best thing about being an associate of Mabuhay Chiropractic Clinics is that you have all the help you needed from your employer, Doc Mike, as well as from any of the staff and other associates. Where else can you get this support?
The cost of care for your condo, clothes, and preparation of food is insanely inexpensive ($20.00/week) and besides that, the most beautiful beaches (and women) in the world are in the Philippines.
Dr. James Amato
Mabuhay Chiropractic Associate
Michael Gerald Boychuk
Doctor of Chiropractic