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Why work for the NHS?
There are currently 1.6 million people working for the NHS. Not all are doctors, nurses or surgeons, either. The success of the NHS is also down to non-medical/non-clinical staff who work just as hard behind the scenes to keep the service operating to its full potential.
There’s a job for everyone in the NHS, no matter what their skills or prior experience. In fact, there are over 350 possible careers paths, each requiring a variety of attributes unique to the role.
Add to that, the fact the NHS treats over a million people every 36 hours in hospitals, clinics and GP surgeries, it’s certainly an exciting and rewarding place to work that once you’re in, could be the start of a long, successful and highly-respected career.
Here are a just a few reasons why you should work in the NHS.
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