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Out of the frying pan and into the fire
I struggle to see how that’s possible given us hospitals charge more money for procedures than hospitals anywhere else in the world
But I thought we were supposed to hate Walmart for paying slave wages. Aren’t all of their employees supposed to be on food stamps and welfare?
Very weird title as the article is about labour shortage and subsequent rising salaries in the health care industry.
The healthcare system in the USA is horrifically broken when it costs thousands of dollars each night to stay, and nurses are paid so little. The corruption and inefficiencies are ridiculous.
Very misleading title.. >_< but aside from that, I feel shortages will get worse as new variants roll out, especially in small towns.
“What used to be an $8 job now is $15,” said Bruntz, a 52-year-old who once worked as an accountant for KPMG. “That’s the only way we get people to come to work.”>
Weird that people would need a wage to work.
Because US Hospitals are for profit SOULESS Corporations that’s simply haven’t had the pressure put on them to pay living wages like Walmart has?
Hospital administrators are too stubborn and too greedy to give up their 6 figure salaries and bonuses to pay hospital staff appropriately.
Hospital administrators have to be some of the stupidest people I’ve ever had the opportunity to deal with.