I am looking for some advice. I am a Romanian national living in Canada for the past 24 years. my parent moved to Canada when I was 14. I am 38 years old and I am looking for information on how I can move back to Romania - for a minimum 3-6 months at first. Would I need a work permit? I am trained as a chiropractor and kinesiologist and not sure how good my job prospects would be. I speak romanian at an advanced level but not expert, and my writing is basic at most. Also not sure what type of salaries I should be looking for. I think 1200-1500 would be a great salary for Romania. Are there any recruitment companies that I can reach out for help in finding a more advanced role - I have lots of financial, insurance and customer service experience and would prefer to start somewhere that would give me growth and future potential.
Thank you for your guidance.
First I have to appolgize for my bad english ( I'm romanian but I've been living in France since 1981, I'm 58 now (even and I can't belive this!) I had to move back in Bucharest in 2014 because my mother had a car accident and after the anesthesy she developped a very fast shape af Alzheimer. I looked for a kineologist for many time, impossible to find one ( able to move at the pacient home) You have to know that taxes ans others fees on a salary are about 50%as in France ..Privare clincs are using the same prices as in France ( 35/75 €) I guess that for your job it's the same , but I think that you have to share with the clinic. Enghish speakind practicians are very demanded...You have only to contact SANADOR, REGINA MARIA, MEDLIFE..and some others that I don't know....The weather is amazing here, lot of people are fine ( not all of them, but you'll quikly be use of this) and finally I"m very happy here...and you can also open a private crivate cabinet (?) you'll have alot of demandes (only if your diplom (?_ is reconized here, Wish you good luck!