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Why Should Nurses Choose OET as Proof of English Language Proficiency

Why Should Nurses Choose OET as Proof of English Language Proficiency? OET, the leading global English test for nurses, has recently been recognized by CGFNS International for VisaScreen®. This means you can use your OET…

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IELTS, OET, and PTE for Registered Nurses

IELTS, OET, and PTE for Registered Nurses When considering living and working abroad as a nursing professional, how to start your journey can be overwhelming. One of the most challenging and misunderstood pieces of this…

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Cold Weather Safety Tips

Cold Weather Safety Tips

Cold Weather Safety Tips How to dress for cold weather in the USA? Get a high-quality cold weather coat with a hood. Your coat should fit a little loose on your body so that you…

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Understanding How Income Taxes Work

Understanding How Income Taxes Work

Understanding How Income Taxes Work About Income Taxes For most people, the thought of paying income taxes makes their spine tingle. While everyone knows that income taxes are paid to the IRS (Internal Revenue Service) each year,…

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How to Establish Credit for the First Time

How to Establish Credit for the First Time

How to Establish Credit for the First Time What is Credit? Credit is the ability of an individual or organization to obtain goods or services before payment, based on an agreement to pay later. Based…

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Financing A Car: Dealership or Direct Lender?

Financing A Car: Dealership or Direct Lender? When financing a new or used car, you basically have two options: secure a loan from a private institution, called a direct lender, or go through the dealership…

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What Is Culture Shock and How To Deal With It

What Is Culture Shock and How To Deal With It

What Is Culture Shock and How To Deal With It Culture shock is real. It is common for expats or those who have moved abroad. Here, we will go through the 5 stages of culture…

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NCLEX Process for International Nurses

NCLEX Process for International Nurses For an international nurse preparing to move to the US, the NCLEX journey is a necessary item that must be navigated to achieve the nurse’s American Dream. This article shares…

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About U.S. Income Taxes

Nearly everyone living in the United States has to pay a certain amount of their income to the federal, state, and local governments every year in the form of tax. Nurses employed by American healthcare…

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NCLEX Testing Centers Worldwide

Nurses can take the NCLEX all over the world. To help you find a a place to sit for the exam near you, we’ve created a list of the NCLEX testing centers outside of the…

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Five steps to take NCLEX

How to Pass NCLEX RN

How to Prepare and Pass the NCLEX RN Exam What is NCLEX RN Exam? The National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX-RN) is an exam all nursing students must pass to become licensed registered nurses in the…

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Building Credit in the USA

Building credit is incredibly important in the United States. Your credit history and score will be used for a variety of important elements in your new life: assessing your application to  rent an apartment, determining…

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