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At up to $8,000/week, America's travel nurses keep COVID-slammed hospitals afloat

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Yeah, I have heard the same.

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Not only doing the dirty job but having to endure patients abuse too

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PrDyii0P4DU&t=314s&ab_channel=TheNewYorkTimes

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RecklessToday 10:51 am JST

I may need to change professions.

I was thinking the same thing. I have done some dirty jobs in the past but not for that kind of moolah.

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I lived in an apt complex that housed mostly "travelers", as they called themselves. (Not to be confused with the Irish-American nomad group that moves around the US, scamming people.)

They really do get paid a fortune, especially in California. Most of them were from Southern and Midwestern states, and would never have made that kind of money with full-time hospital jobs at home.

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