Critical Access Hospital
50,001 and above / 50,001 and above
What is great about this job:
- Tropical island climate without seasons, steady average temp of 84 degrees with occasional short rain showers.
- World-class snorkeling and dive spots in crystal-clear waters.
- Affordable jumping-off point for exploring Asia and the Western Pacific Islands.
- Fascinating WWII and Pacific Islander historical sites.
- Tort reform area with minimal risk of litigation based on CNMI laws.
- One of the lowest tax burdens in the U.S.:
- If in the CNMI 183 days or more during the tax year (and otherwise meets requirements), then CNMI residency status is met for that year. Earnings within the Commonwealth are taxed at no more than the maximum CNMI (“state”) tax rate of 9%. Also, there is no sales or property tax in the CNMI.
- Additionally, a rebate of net income tax paid on CNMI source income is an incentive in the net income system. The amount subject to rebate (rebate base) is generally the tax on CNMI source net income less allowable credits.
Life outside of the hospital gets even better. Living on Saipan is simple, but maintains some of the creature comforts that you wouldn’t otherwise get on an island this size. Quite reasonable cost of living, great restaurants, golf, water sports, diving, and easy access to travel throughout the world with direct flights to Guam, Korea, Japan, Hong Kong. Also, it is a great place for a family. There are good early education schools, as well as both public and private high schools that send students to top colleges and universities in the US, Europe, and Asia. Many WWII history sites and museums, along with artifacts from the war that you can find while exploring the jungle or swimming in the lagoon.
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