This post can give you an idea of your total expenditure on your moving to the UK after getting your first job in the UK. It does not include the expenditure on PLAB. Breakdown of Expenses Tuberculosis Test £50 Police Clearance £15 NICOP £60 - £120 Protector Stamp £50 Shopping £0 - £500 Tier … Continue reading Total Expenditure on Moving to the UK
For everyone who has been asking about the new contract for junior doctors, you can download the contract from here. . Banding? The banding system does not exist in the new contract, but we still get paid extra for the out of hours work. . Out of Hours Pay 1. "An enhancement of 37 percent … Continue reading “Banding” According to the New Contract for Junior Doctors
I often get asked if it is financially affordable to live in the UK. So, I thought about sharing my own experience so far. . My Expenditure It has been exactly two months since I started working in the NHS. I have spent only £1,000 in total in these two months. . My Pay My takehome … Continue reading My Expenditure and Savings in the UK
According to the new contract for junior doctors, the banding system has changed. This post describes the banding system for the old contracts. To get an idea of "banding" according to the New Contract, please click here. What is Banding? Banding is the extra pay we make for working unsocial hours. What are social … Continue reading What is Banding?
The UK is a welfare state, which means that the state is responsible for its people. In simple words, among numerous other facilities, healthcare and education are free in the UK. These facilities are also free for international medical graduates working as doctors in the UK and their families (family includes partner and children; it … Continue reading Taxation in the UK
You will always get paid for working as a doctor in the UK. All jobs are paid jobs, including non-training jobs. You will never have to work for free. Pay Scale Regardless of the job being training or non-training, junior doctors earn somewhere between £30,000 to £40,000 annually. This equals to £2,500 to £3,500 per month. … Continue reading Pay Scales for Junior Doctors in the UK