Questions and Answers about NHS

Here's what people have said about working and interviewing at NHS.

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Embarrassed, after working for 37 years as a staff nurse and seeing new staff come along not wanting to give any care , thank God I am now retired . DO NOT WORK FOR THE NHS . There are other good and fulfilling jobs in life

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It is a worthwhile job ,and like any other job it has to be done. Although this is a very caring profession , something to put your heart into.

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Nurse trainee or maternity

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To work in a Hospital l still have a lot to offer.

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Because I did the door supervisor course, and I would like to work in the hospital.

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NHS means health.life.love.care.free.trust service

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Because I m looking better Opportunity.

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Decent pension

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It's a privilege, a honour! It's reliable! Trustful and consagrate

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I enjoyed working with the sick and critically ill patients.

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