Germany- The Land of Ideas
Germany is a federal, parliamentary republic. It is the largest country in the European Union and one of the world’s main exporters and importers of goods. Germany ranks 6th on the UN’s Human Development(2019) Index, and 11th in the Social Progress Index (2020), which measures average rating on social issues of income inequality, health, education and safety.
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83 Million (2019)
State of the Art Healthcare Infrastructure
German healthcare infrastructure is among the most advanced and well-developed in the entire world.
The proportion of physicians in the population is around 4.6 per 1,000 inhabitants.
Work Life Balance
A healthy balance between work and private life is given a huge importance in the german System. Be it 30 Days of paid vacation every year or long maternity leave and job security for expecting mothers.
High Demand for Qualified Professionals
An increase in demand for part-time work and changes in working time regulations have increased the need for additional doctors und nursing professionals.
Germany relies on international medical graduates and nursing staff to supplement its locally trained staff so as to maintain its high standards of healthcare.
Social Security and Decent Income
Germany has a well-developed social security system that employees fund. It provides retirement and disability benefits along with a free of cost medical services and unemployment insurance.
A Doctors annual Salary starts with around €48,000 and increases gradually per year based on experience, in 4-5 years the salaries normally grow up to €100,000. Specialists in private practice generally make above €200,000 per year.
Trainee nurses are paid between 1,040 and 1,200 euros per month. The starting salary for fully-qualified healthcare nurses is around €30,000. This increases up to €42,000 with additional duties and experience.