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I am a final year student interested in working in New Zealand. What is the job situation like? Any pointers as to where to look? I am interested in sports and biomechanics, but wouldnt mind starting off in general practice. We write our finals in May/June and would be looking to relocate after that.
The best place to look for work would be through the NZ Society of Podiatrists or to get in contact with the AUT School of Podiatry.
The scene here is steadily evolving.
We are a Sports/BMX clinic but have a few Domicillary contracts that I want a Pod to come on board and look after.
Good luck with your studies.
Where exactly are you located Foot Traffic? my patner works in IT and says he would probably prefare Wellington. But saying that he is not immune to being swayed if the right opportunity comes up for me. I have sent an e-mail to AUT but they havent responded yet. I also wanted to find out more about the starting salaries in both Private and hospital clinics, for a newly qualified pod.