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What to expect as a Nurse In Belgium
- Long-term contract
- 4 weeks of annual leaves
- Average of 38 hours per week
- Average monthly net salary of 1850€ – 2850€
You and Your Family
- Medical and dental coverage
- Children education almost free
- Economical and political stability
- Friendly people, multicultural society
Why to move to Belgium?
Located in Western Europe, Belgium is at the heart and crossroads of the continent, both geographically and culturally. City trip is easy to organize, from Brussels by high-speed train, you can reach Paris in 1h20, London in 2 hours, Cologne also in 2 hours and Luxembourg in 2h30.
In Belgium, it is not necessary to live in the city in order to be close to work. If one prefers the countryside or a smaller town, it is possible to live there and work in the city. Belgium has great public transport. Almost every city can be reached by train in a short amount of time.
The country is known for the quality of health coverage in Europe. The compulsory health care insurance system provides insured persons with access to quality health care. Health care insurance covers the cost of many health benefits: consultations, medications, hospitalization costs, all or part of the official rate. Healthcare institutions in Belgium are equipped with quality equipment and on the cutting-edge technology. The Belgian health system ranks fourth among the best in Europe, according to the annual report on the state of European health systems by Sweden’s Health Consumer Powerhouse (HCP).
Huge expats community
The high standards of living in Belgium coupled with excellent health care, education and public facilities have made Belgium a popular destination for expats. The community of expats living in Belgium is currently estimated at approximately 750,000, almost a tenth of the population. The accessibility of three very different languages can lead to a very enriching experience. In most companies of a certain size, certainly in Brussels, one will hear three or more languages spoken by colleagues.
When it comes to relaxing, Belgium has a wide range of events and escapades. It has tons of museums, a beach and coastline in the north and hilly forests in the southern Ardennes. Almost every city can be reached by train in a short amount of time. If one is working in Brussels and wants to escape the corporate feel of the city over the weekend, the lovely town of Knokke near the sea is a must see.